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CATALOaUE OF GREEK COINS. 



THE TAURIC CHERSONESE, 
SARMATIA, DACIA, MOESIA, 

THRACE, &c. 






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REGINALD; STFftR'k',, PO'OtiB, 

C0RRE8P0NDENT O F ■ I'M E ' I AS TIT U T E OF FRANCE. 



THRACE AND THE ISLANDS, BY BARCLAY V. HEAD: 
THE REST OF THE VOLUME, BY PERCY GARDNER, M.A. 



LONDON : 
PRINTED BY ORDER OF THE TRUSTEES. 

1877. , 



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PREFACE 



A FEW words of explanation are necessary as to the system of 
arrangement which has been adopted in the present volume of 
the Catalogue. 

It has been found that, in nearly all cases, the autonomous 
coins of the various cities. could be rjass^d under three or. more 
Periods, such as. Before and After Alexander the Great, Before 
and During the Period of T?<50xa.i Dominion. The coins of 
Thrace, in some instances. ai>d o* ThsiBos, have been attributed 
with greater minuteness to the centuries to which, from con- 
siderations of history or style, they appear to belong. 

The standards of weight according to which the gold and 
silver money of each class was issued, have been added where- 
ever it has been found practicable. The nomenclature of the 
weight-standards is that of the late Dr. J. Brandis, occasionally 
modified to suit the requirements of the English language. 

The coins of Lysimachus have been reserved for the volumes 
describing the coinage of the successors of Alexander. 

The Appendix consists wholly of coins forming part of the 
munificent gift of the Governor and Company of the Bank of 



VI PREFACE. 

England, the presentation having been made too recently for the 
coins to be described in their proper places. 

The metal of each coin and its size is stated in inches and 
tenths. The weight is given in English grains of all gold and 
silver coins. Tables for converting grains into grammes, and 
inches into millimetres, as well as into the measures of Mionnet's 
Scale, are placed at the end of the volame (pp. 272 sqq)' 

REGINALD STUART POOLE. 



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CONTENTS. 



THE TAUEIC CHEESONESE. 

Cherronesus 
Fanticapaeum . 



PAGE 



1 

4 



SAEMATI4. 

Olbia 
Tyra 



11 
13 



DACIA 



14 



MOESIA STJPEEIOE. 
Yiminacinm 



15 



MOESIA INFEEIOE. 




Callatia 


21 


Dionysopolis 


24 


Istrus 


25 


Marcianopolis 


28 


NicopoliH ad Istmm .... 


41 


Tomi 


54 



Vlll CONTENTS. 




THRACE. 


PAGE 


Abdera 


66 


Aenus ....... 


77 


Anchialus ..... 


, . . . 83 


ApoUonia ...... 

Bisanthe 


87 
87 


Bizya 

Bizya and Byzantium . . . . 
Byzantium ..... 
Byzantium and Chalcedon 
Byzantium and Nicaea . 
Coins of Ptolemaeus I. countermarked i 


88 
92 
93 

107 ' 

108 < 
it Byzantium . 110 


Cypsela ...... 

Deultum ...... 


110 
. . . . Ill 


Dicaea 


115 


Hadrianopolis 

Maronea 


116 
123 


Mesembria 


132 


Nicopolis ad Nestum 

Odessus 


136 
137 


Odrysae? 

Pautrfilia 


140 
141 


Perinthus ...... 


147 


Philippopolis ..... 

Plotinopolis 

Selymbria ..... 
Serdica ...... 


161 
169 
170 
171 


Topirus 

Trajanopolis 

xi*ie ... . . • • * • 


175 
177 
181 


THE THRACIAN CHERSONESE 


182 


Aegospotami ...... 

Agathopolis 

Alopeconnesus . . . . . 
Cardia 


187 
188 
. *188 ^ 
189 1 


Coela 


191 



COFTINTS. 



IX 



PAOB 



THE THRAOIAN CHERSONESE— (con^imwd). 

Crithote 194 

Lysimachia 195 

MadytuB 197 

Sesins .......... 198 



KINGS OF THRACE. 

EINQS OF THE ODBTSAE. 

Sparadokos 
Senthes I. 
Amadokos I. 
Teres 11. or III. 
Kotysl. . 
Seuthes III. 



OTHER KINQS AND DTNASTS. 

Ketriporis . . . . 

Ptolemaios .... 

Bergaios 

Saratos ..... 
Mostis ..... 
Kavaros ..... 

KINGS OF THBACE UNDER THE ROMANS. 

Koson 

Bhoemetalkes I. 

Kotys rV. .... 

Bhoemetalkes III. 



201 
201 
202 
202 
202 
203 

204 
204 
205 
205 
206 
207 

208 
208 
209 
210 



ISLANDS OF THRACE. 



IMBROS 

LEMNOS. 

Hephaestia .... 
Myrina ..... 

SAMOTHRACE 

THASOS 

THASIAN TERRITORY ON THE MAINLAND. 

Crenides? . . . . 



211 

213 
214 
215 
216 

226 



CONTENTS. 



APPENDIX. 



PAGE 



THE TAUEIC OHESSONESE. 








Panticapaeam 227 


MOESIA INFERIOR. 


Nicopolis ad Istrum 227 


Tomi 228 


THRACE. 


Abdera 228 


Aenns 






232 


Ancldalns 






232 


Bizya ........ 






232 


Byzantium and Nicaea 






233 


Dicaea • • • 






233 


Maronea 






233 


Pantalia 






235 


Perinthns 






236 


Philippopolis 






236 


Trajanopolis 237 


THE THRACIAN CHERSONESE 238 


TiVflimacliia ...... 


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238 



KINGS OF THRACE. 

Kersibanlos 
Kavaros . 



239 
239 



ISLANDS OF THRACE. 

LEMNOS. 

Hephaestia 
Myrina 

THASOS 



240 
240 
240 



CONTENTS. 



XI 



PAGE 

Indexes. 

I. Geographical 243 

II. Types 245 

in. Remarkable Symbols 260 

IVa. Kings, Tyrants, &c 262 

IYb. Magistrates' Names on Antonomona Coins . . 263 

v. Magistrates' Names on Imperial Coins • . . 266 

VI. Engravers* Names ' . 269 

VII. Kemarkable Inscriptions and Legends . 270 

Table of the relative Weights of English Grains and French 

Grammes 272 



Table for converting English Inches into Millimetres and the 
Measares of Mionnet's Scale 



274 



( xii ) 



ERRATUM. 
P. 117, line 18, for COYCAA, read COYCAA. 



THE TAURIC CHERSONESE. 



Head of yoimg Herakles i 
'wearing lion's akin ; Q 
neck, countermark, dab. 



XEP Artemis, wearing eliort 
chiton and endromides, 
seated I. on tlirone ; over 
her Bhonlder, how and qui- 
ver ; in extended r., arrow : 
in front, APoAAilNIO . 



XEP BnU batting I. ; in ex. 
A Aa, npou 

which, countermark, dab. 





THE TAUBIO OBKBSONESI. 



II. Attic or Bhodiau Standud. 

Head of Artemis r., wearing I XEP Stag 

tnrreted crown and earring; MOlPIOf 
over shoulder, qoirer. | 

(B«Btnick coin.) 





Head of Apollo r., lanr. ; iujElar of barley. 
field r., countermark F I 



Bffore Alexander the Great. 



XEP Warrior, who wears 
conical helmet only, kneel- 
ing 1. on r. knee behind his 
shield, his spear lowered. 



Artemis, clad in short chiton 
and endromides, kneeling r. 
on r. knee ; she holds in r. 
an arrow, in I. strong bow 
and arrow. 



Qnadriga r., driven by Arte- 
mis, clad in long chiton, 
who holds torch in r. band 
and reins in I. ; horses 
prancing. 




XEP Griffin running L 
above, X»PEI" . 





CHBRRON'BSUS. 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal. 
Size. 



8 



10 
11 



Obrene. 



Reverse. 



M -8 



M 76 



After Alexander the Great. 



XEP Artemis 1., wearing 
short chiton and endro- 
mides, kneeling on prostrate 
stag, which she pierces with 
a spear; in her 1., strang 
bow ; behind shoulder, 
quiver. 



Bull 1., butting, standing gji 
horizontal club ; below, qui- 
ver with strap, between 
which and club, Al AFOPA . 





No inscr. visible ; similar type. | Similar. 



M -76 



M 75 



M -9 



Period of Roman Dominion » 

Artemis 1., naked, kneeling on XEP Humped bull 1. 
prostrate stag, which she 
pierces with spear. 



Similar. 

X€P Bust of Apollo r., laur., 
wearing chlamys; in fi^nt, 
lyre : border of dots. 



Similar : border of dots. 

O €PAC Artemis 
running 1., looking back, 
clad in long chiton and 
wearing mural crown ; holds 
in 1. bow and arrow; in 
raised r., arrow; beyond, 
stag lying 1. : border of 
dots. 



V 



;; CBEB80NB8E. 



PANTICAPAKUM. 



Before Alexander the Great. 
Persian gold ot raised Attic Standard. 



Head of Pan, bearded, three- 
quarter - face towards 1, ; 
with pointed eara and his 
hair thrown loosely back. 



PAN Homed griffin 
with lion's head advancing 
]., farther fore-paw raised 
his bead is facing, aod ii 
his month ia a laace ; be- 
neath his feet, ear of bar- 
ley 1. 




lead of bearded Pan 1.. I p A N Similar. 
crowned with wreath of 
ivT-leaves and berries. | 



4 22-8 *" -45 Head of young Pan 1,; with I p A N Fore-part of 
pointed ears and his hair winged lion gallopiug I.; 
thrown loosely back. | beneath, ear of barley 1. 



L 

■No. 1 



IWrtlCAPABTIM. 



[ead of yonng Pan, three-iPANTI (in ex.) Lion 1. 
quarter- face towards 1. turning ronnd hia head, and 

holding ft lance in his month 
1 and farther fore-paw. 



Head of bearded Pan r. | PANTI Lion's head r 



t> 



THE TAUBInokV 



\ 



<• 



ONESE. 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal. 
Size.' 



Obrerae. 



Reverse. 



9 



32'5 



10 



10-6 



Al -55 



M -4 



11 



129-8 



12 



60? 



13 



46-9 



M -85 

(base 

silver) 



2R -66 



Head of young Pan, three- j PAN Lion's scalp, facing, 
quarter - &ce towards 1., ! 
bound with wreath of ivy. ! 







Head of bearded Pan 1. 



PANTI (in ex.) Pore-part 
of galloping lion 1. ; behind, 
crescent, horns 1. 



: 





After Alexander the Great. 
Attic Standard? 



Head of young Dionysos r., 
crowned with wreath of 
ivy. 



Head of Apollo r., laur. 



rlANTI above which, bunch 
KAPAI of grapes ; the 
TXIN whole within ivy- 
wreath, downwards ; above, 
mon., |$f . 

PANTI K Strung bow in 
PAITUN case and lance- 
head 1. ; beneath bow, m . 





M -66 



Similar. 



PANTI KA Tripod- lebes 

PAITflN surmounted by 

metal disk ; beneath, Al . 



? M -6 [Sirailar. 

I 



RANTIKAnAITilN Pore- 
I part of horse galloping r. 



) Ai -i Head of jonng Pan r., with I Altar baring corneal cover; 
short homa. baods depending from the 

I sides. 



Before Alexander the Great. 



Head of young Pan 1., bonnd 
with wreath of ivy. 

Head of bearded Pan I. 

Sintilur. 

Head of yonng Pan r. 

Head of bearded Pan r. 



PAN Head of 01 1. 

Similar. 

Similar. 

Similar. 

P AN Fore - part of 
running griffin 1. ; beneath, 
sturgeon 1. 




Head of yonng Pan 1., crowned n A N Lion's head 1. 
with ivy. | beneath, atnrgeon 1. 



Similar. 

Similar ; conntermark, star. 



Similar tjpe. 

Head of bearded Pan r. 
Similar. 



Head of yonng Pan 1., crowned 
with ivy. 



Similar. 

Similar ; countermark, star. 



Similar ; countermark, bow i 
case. 



Similar. 
Similar. 



Similar. 

Similar ; coantermark, bow in 

^j^ Bow in case. 

PA N Fore-part of fly- 
ing FegasoB r. 

PANTI Horse's head r. 

PANTI Strang bow aad 

PAN Similar type. 

Similar. 
Similar. 
Similar ; coantermark, star. 

Similar; no conntermark. 
Similar. 



PAKTICAPAEUM. 







wt. 



Metal. 
Size. 



Obverse. 



Beverse. 



^1-2 



M -85 



M 75 



M -9 



After Alexander the Cheat. 



Head of Men r., wearing 
Phrygian cap bound wil£ 
diadem ; above, counter- 
mark, star. 



Head of Apollo r., laur. 



M -*7h 



M -66 



M 7 
M -46 



M 7 



M -6 



M -5 



M -6 



Similar type, hair in formal 
curls : border of dots. 



Similar type, hair plaited 
border of dots. 



Similar. 



Head of bearded Pan L, with 
short horns, bound with 
wreath of ivy. 

Similar. 

Head of young Pan r., bound 
with wreath of ivy. 



Head of Apollo r., laur. 



Similar type. 

Beardless male head r., dia- 
demed, (a king?) 

Similar. 



TIK Ti- 

1., wearing short chiton ; 
holds in r. bunch of grapes, 
with 1. long thyrsos ; at his 
feet, panther 1. looking up ; 
in field 1., mon., Kf ; be- 
neath, countermark, star. 

HAN TIKA „. , 
HAI TilN ^"P*"*- 

lebes, agaiust which leans 
a thyrsos bound with fillet ; 
in field r., mon., Kf. 

RANTIK ^ . 

riAITflN "°^ ^^ vessel 1.: 

border of dots. 

n AITUN ^®g^os 1., feed- 
ing : border of dots. 

Similar. 

HAN Tl Comucopiae be- 
tween pilei of the Dioscuri, 
each surmounted by star. 

Similar. 

riANT Pilei of the 

Dioscuri, each surmounted 
by star. 

PAN Eagle facing, wings 
spread ; head turned to 1. 

PAN Tripod-lebes. 

PAN Bow in case. 



Similar. 



c 



10 



THE TAURIC CHBRSONK8B. 



No.! Wt 



46 



47 



i48' 



49 



50 



51 



52 



I I 



I I 



i Metal. 
. Siie. 



Obverae. 



Reverae. 



iE 45 



Similar. 



M '5 Head of Apollo r., lanr. 



iE 6 jn A N T I K A n star 
of eight rays; letters of 
inscr. between rays. 



M 5 



M 6 



M -9 



M -9 



Similar. 

n NAP Simi- 

lar type. 



Head of Poseidon r., lanr. ; 
countermark. 



Similar. 



riAN Dolpliin 1. 



Tripod-lebes. 



Similar type ? countermark, 
head of Pallas r., wearing 
crested Corinthian helmet. 



Similar. 



Similar. 



riANTI Prow 1. ; counter- 
mark, head of Pallas t., 
wearing crested Corinthian 
helmet. 



PANTI Similar type? 

countermark, head of 
bearded Pan r., with short 
horns. 



I ^ 



^ 



S ARM ATI A. 



No. 




Wt. 




ObTcne. 


Berene. 








OLBIA. 








aitVBR. 








.Be/%r0 Alexander the Oreal. 


1 


193-8 


B. -95 

sUmt) 


with ears of corn, and wear- looking backj bears in its 
ing necklace, talona dolphin L 


2 




JE -4 


Head of Apollo r., laor. 


OABIO Dolphin r-i above, 
barley-corn. 


3 




M -35 


Similar. 


Similar. 


4 




.^l- 


Bearded head of river-god 
Boi^Bthenes ]., with short 
horns, 


OABro Battle-axe and bow 
in case ; in field, >E . 


5 




M -85 


Similar. 


Similar; infield, AP. 


6 




^ -75 


Similar. 


Similar; in field, EPI . 


7 




Jl -95 


Similar. 


Similar; in field, ^ . 


8 




M -85 


Similar. 


Similar ; in field, ^ . 


9 




iE -86 


Similar. 


Similar; in field, H" . 



I Similar; infield, IK. 




Similar. 

Similar. 



Similar type 1. 



Head of Apollo r., law. 



Head of Artemia i 
knot behind. 



Head of the City [., wearing 
maral crown and necklace. 



Similar. 

Similar ; 



[.ZY. 



Ol9Ao Sea -eagle with 
closed winga standing 
on dolphin, which it attacks 
with its beak. 

OABIO Sea -eagle with 
spread wings 1. on dolphin, 
which it attacks with its 



OABIO Sea -eagle with 
closed wings standing 1. on 
dolphin, which it attacks 
with its beak ; beneath, 
BZE . 

OABIO Quiver with strap. 



' ABI ■ NaJced archer, 

kneeling 1., discharging an 

awow ; quiver sinng round 
his waiat. 



TTRA. 



13 




18 



19 

20 
21 



22 



23 



: 2 



Obverse. 



Reverse. 



M -95 



MlOb 

in length 

M -96 



M -86 



oABIono Head of 

Apollo r., laur. ; on neck, 
countermark, cadacens : bor- 
der of dots. 



Imperial Times. 

0€0 ^ .0| Sea-eagle; 
with spread wings standing j 



r. on fish : border of dots. 



M -86 



M -95 



^r 



Ml 



Coins f 
Piece of metal in the shape of a dolphin. 

Similar, one side flat, inscribed OY . 
Similar. 

Imperial Coinage, 
Sevems Alexander. 



1 



. MA/C€OYAA€IANAP O Head of Alexander r., 
laui:. 

Rev. OABIO n OAITWN Ea^le with spread wings 
facing, head 1. ; in his beak, wreath ; in field r., A ; 
between eagle's legs, I . 

AVTKMA/PC€o\AA€IANAPoC Similar. 
Rev. Similar. 



TYRA. 

Imperial Coinage, 
Septimius Severus. 

AVTKAIACV • C€BHPO(n€P Head of Septimias Se- 
verus r., laur. 

Rev. T V PA NXIN Kybele seated 1., wearing mural 
crown ; in her r., patera ; beneath 1. elbow, tym- 
panon; behind, A. 

Julia Domna. 

loVAIAAO MNA C€ Bust of Domna r., draped. 
Rev. Similar. 



DACIA. 




^11 



M -85 



.Ell 



.Ell 



M -85 



.E115 



iE115 



Imperial Coinage, 
Philippus Senior. 

IMPMIVLPHILIPPVS AVO Bust of Philippus Senior r., 
lanr., clad in cuirass and paludamentum. 

Rev. PROVINCIADACIA ^ . , • t.u • a 

A lu . I . Dacia 1., wearing Phrygian cap and 

long chiton ; holds in r. curved sword, in 1. standard ; on 
her r., eagle 1., holding wreath in upturned beak ; on her 
1., lion advancing 1. 

Similar. Emperor radiate. 

Rev. PROV INCIADACIA r, . , , \. . , , 

A 1^ , I , Dacia I. ; holds in r. curved sword, 

in 1. standard inscribed XIII; planted in the ground to 1. 
standard bearing V ; on either side of Dacia, eagle and lion 
as above. 



Similar. Emperor laur. 
Rev. Similar; AN • II ' 

Similar. 

Rev. PROVI NCIA DACIA 

AN -11* 



Similar. 



Similar. Emperor radiate. 

Rev. PROV INCIADA CIA 

AN - II • 

Similar. Emperor laur. 

Rev. PROV INC IAD ACIA 

AN III 



Similar. 



Similar. 



Philippus Junior. 

MIVLPHILIPPVSCAES Bust of Philippus Junior r., clad 
in cuirass and paludamentum. 

Rev. Similar to no. 1. 



MOESIA SUPERIOR. 




^115 



M -8 



M -85 



4 



M -85 



^115 



MV^l 



M -9 



8 LE115 



VIMINACIUM. 
Imperial Coinage. 

Gordianns Pins. 

IMPCAESMANTQORDIANVS AVQ Bust of Gordianns r., 
lanr., wearing cnirass and palndamentnm. 

Rev. P M S C O LVIM „ , ^ /^ - om^ 

A lu I ^ emale ngnre (Moesia t) facing, 

head 1., clad in long chiton, extending her two hands over 
the heads of a bull and a lion, which stand r. and 1. on 
either side of her. 



IMPCAESMANTQORDIANVS 

Rev. PMSC OLVIM 
AN I 



Similar. 



Similar. 



IMPCAESMANTQORDIANVS AVQ 

radiate. 
Rev. Similar to last but one. 

Similar. 

Rev. Similar; AN 'I' 

Similar. Emperor laur. 

Rev. PMSC OLVIM 
AN II 



Similar. Emperor 



Similar. 



Similar. 

Rev. PMSCO LVIM 
AN II 

Similar. Emperor radiate. 

Rev. PM SC OLVIM 
AN-II- 



Similar. 



Similar. 



IMPQORDIANVSPIVSFELIXAVQ 

Rev. Similar; AN III . 



Similar. Emperor laur. 



16 



IfOESIA SUPERIOR. 




Obyene — BcTerse. 



9 



10 



11 



12 



13 



14 



15 



16 



17 



18 



19 



M 1 15 IMPQORDIANVSPIVSFELAV Similar. 
Rev. Similar. 



iEl-25 



^1-2 



^1-2 



M 9 



MV2 



Mil 



^11 



Ml-2 



IMPCAESMANTQORDIANVSAVQ Similar. 

Rev. Similar; AN>I-I'h 



^1 IMPQORDIANVSFELAVQ Similar. 

Rev. Similar; AN III ? 

^12 IMPQORDIANVSPIVSFELAVQ Similar 

Rev. Similar; AN 1 1 II 



Similar. 

Rev. Similar. 

Similar. 

Rev. PMS C O LVIM T, 1 fi - . , , , 

Aiu nil remale figure facing, head 1., 

holding in her hands standards, inscribed VII and 1 1 II 
respectively ; on either side of figure, bull r. and lion 1. as 
before. 

Similar. Emperor radiate. 
Rev. Similar to last but one. 

Similar. Emperor laur. 
Rev. Similar; ANV- 

Philippus Senior. 

IMPIVLPHILIPPVSPIVSFELAVQPM Bust of Philippus r., 
laur., wearing cuirass and paludamentum. 

Rev. PMSC OLVIM ^ , ^ - . , ,, , , 

AN V emale figure facing, head 1., extend- 

ing her two hands over the heads of a bull and a lion 
which stand r. and 1. on either side of her. 

I M PM I VL PH I LI PPVS AVQ Similar. 

Rev Similar. 

Similar to last but one. 

®^' M^ w Female figure facing, head 1., hold- 

ing in her hands standards inscribed VII and 1 1 II resp^c^ 
tively ; on either side of figure, bull r. and lion 1. as before. 



TIMINACIUH. 



17 




Obverse — Reveree. 



21 



M -95 



M 1-15 



22 



Mil 



23 



^11 



24 



^1-2 



Similar. Emperor radiate. 
Rev. Similar to last but one. 



I M PM I VLPH I LI PPVS A VQ Similar. 

Rev. PMSC OLVIM 
ANVI 



Emperor laur. 



Similar type. 



25 



MVlh 



26 



27 



th 



28 



29 



.Ell 



M -96 



MVlh 



Mil 



Similar. 

Rev. PMS C OLVIM The Emperor 1., clad in cuirass 

AN VI and paludamentum, holds in r. globe 

surmounted by wreath- bearing Nike r., in his 1. spear ; 
on either side of him, bull and lion as before. 

Similar. 

Rev. Similar to last but one ; ANVI I . 

Similar. 

Rev. Similar; ANVIII . 

Similar. 

Rev. Similar; ANVIII I . 



Philippus Junior. 

IMPPHILIPPVSAVQ Bust of Philippus Junior r., laur., 
wearing cuirass and paludamentum. 

Rev. PMSC OLVIM Female figure facing, head 1., extend- 
AN Villi ing her two hands over the heads 

of a bull and a lion which stand r. and 1. on either side 
of her. 

I M PM I VLPH I LI PPVS AVG Similar. Emperor radiate. 
Rev. Similar. 



Trajanus Decius. 

IMPCAESCMESQDECIVSPFAVQ Bust of Trajanus Decius 
r., laur., wearing cuirass and paludamentum. 

Rev. Similar; ANXI . 

IMPTRAIANVSDECIVSAVQ Similar. 

Rev. Similar. 

I) 



18 



MOESIA 8UPEBI0B. 



No. 



30 



Metal. 
Size. 



Obverse — Keverse. 



31 



^11 IMPTRAIAVS DECIVSAVQ (sic) Similar type. 
Rev. Similar; ANXI I . 



M 9 ilMPTRAIANVSDECIVSAV Bust of Trajanus Decins r,[ 
radiate, wearing enirass. 

Rev. Similar. 



Herennia Etmscilla. 

32 [m 1-05] HERETRVSCIL AVQ Bust of Etruscilla r., wearing stephane. 
Rev. Similar. 



33 ^11 



34 



35 



36 



37 



38 



^1 



^1 



^1-05 



^11 



Herennius Etruscus. 

QHETRMESDECCAES Bust of Herennius Etruscus r., 
wearing cuirass and paludamentum. 

Rev. Similar. 



MV 



Hostilianus. 

CVALHOSTMQVINTVSCA Bust of Hostilianus r., head 
bare, wearing cuirass. 

Rev. Similar. 

CVALHOSTMQVINTVSCAE Similar. 

Rev. Similar. 

Similar. 

Rev. SimHar; ANXIII . 

CVALHOSTMQVINTVS C Similar. 

Rev. PMS C OLVIM Female figure facing, head 1., holds 
AN XIII in upraised r. branch, in 1. globe; 

on either side of her, bull r. and lion 1. 

IMPCVALHOSTMQVINTVSAVQ Similar. Emperor laur 
Rev. Similar to last but one. 



VIMINACEUM. 



19 



No. 




Obverse — Reyerse. 



39 



^105 



40 



^1- 



41 



^ri 



42 



.E106 



43 



MV06 



U 



M1'S6 



45 



^11 



Treboniantis Gallus. 

IMPCCVIBTRIBQALLVSAVQ Bast of Trebonianas Gallus 
r., laar., wearing cuirass and paludamentum. 

Rev. PMSC OLVIM Female figure facing, head 1., extend- 
ANXII ing her hands over the heads of a 

bull and a lion which stand r. and 1. on either side of 
her. 

IMPCVIBIOTREBONQALLOAV Similar. 

Rev. Similar. 

(The date of the aboro two coins may be XIII ; but only two units 

are clearly visible.) 

Similar to last but one. 
Rev. Similar; ANXIII . 

IMPCVIBIOTREBONQALLOAVQ Similar. 

Rev. Similar. 

I M PCQ ALLVS P FELIX AVQ Similar. 

Rev. Similar; ANXIV . 



Trebonianus Gallus and Volusianus. 

IMPCVIBIOTREBONQALLOAVQIMPCCVIBVOLVSIAV 

Busts, face to face, of Gallus r. and Yolusianus 1., each laur., and 
wearing cuirass and paludamentum. 

Rev. PMS CO LVIM The two Augusti face to face; 

AN each wears cuirass and paluda- 

XIII mentum, and holds globe sur- 

mounted by wreath-bearing Nike, and spear; in ex., on 
either side of the date, bull r. and lion 1. 



Volusianus. 

IMPCVOLVSiANVSAVQ Bust of Volusianus r., laur., wear- 
ing paludamentum. 

Rev. PMSC OLVIM Female figure facing, head L, ex- 

ANXIII tending her two hands over the 

heads of a bull and a lion which stand r. and 1. on either 
side of her. 



MOESIA INFERIOR. 




Obverse. 



Ueyerse. 



73- 



Al 75 



CALLATIA. 

SILYEB. 

Before Lysimachus, 
Persian Standard. 



Head of yonng Herakles r., 
wearing lion's skin. 



KAAAATI Ear of barley, 
club, and bow in case, all ho- 
rizontally arranged ; above, 



43-6 



M, -65 



301 





Similar. 



m. -6 



Similar. 



KAAAA Bow in case, club, 
and ear of barley, all ho- 
rizontally arranged; above, 

w 

Similar. 



M 7 



5 



M -65 



COPPER. 

Before Roman Times, 



Head of young Herakles r., | 4>|AU)N ^^^ ^^ barley. 



wearing wreath. 



Head of Pallas r., wearing 
crested Corinthian helmet. 



club, and bow 
KAAAAT in case, all 

horizontally arranged. 

KAAAA Club and ear of 
barley, horizontally ; above, 

A . 



22 



MOEStA INFERIOR. 



No. Wt. ,^J^- 
' Size. 



Obverae. 



Reverse. 



6 



M -85 



8 



M 8 



M -95 



Head and shoulders of ox 1. 

Head of young Dionjsos r., 
crowned with ivy: border 
of dots. 



KAA within triangle formed 
of three ears of barley. 

KAAAA above ivy - wreath, 
within which 

no 

AY 



Imperial Times. 

Head of Herakles r., bearded, | KAAAA TIANUN Fe- 
laur. : border of dots. | male figure, wearing mural 

crown and draped, seated 1. 
on throne; her i. rests on 
back of throne, in r. she 
holds Nike 1. bearing wreath 
and palm : border of dots. 



Bust of Demeter r., veiled and 
draped, hair bound with 
barley ; in front, two ears 
of barley : border of dots. 



KA A AATI The Dios- 
ANUN curi r., 

on horseback, wearing chla- 
mydes, their heads sur- 
mounted by stars; horses 
prancing : border of dots. 



ObTers« — Reverse. 



Imperial Coinage. 
Jalia Domna. 
lOYAIA ArCCBACTH («>). Bunt of Jnlia Domna r. 

. KAAA ATI AN HN Eybele facing, Bested on lion 
r.; Bhe is draped, and holds in 1. Bceptre. 

Geta. 

KA'C€n rCTAC Bnst of Geta r., bareheaded, wearing 
cuirass and paladamentam. 

Rev. KAA AATIA NflN City-gate flanked by two 
towers ; on the r. band tower is a nicfae containing slatne 
of an Emperor ; beside the gate, on the 1., a loop-holo ; 
above gate, €. 



GordiaunB Pins. 

AVTKMANTrOPAIANOCAVr Bast of Gordianns Pius r. 

laar., vrearing cnirass and paladamentam. 
Rev. KAAAA T I ANfl N Nike, draped, advancing 1. 
holding wreath and palm ; in field 1., E . 

Philippus Senior. 

AVTMIOVA*! AinnOCAVr Bust of Philippus Senior r. 

lanr., wearing cuirass and paludameutum. 
Rev. KAAAA TIANiiN Male figare 1., naked, holding in r 
patera over flaming altar, in 1. branch ; in field )., A . 

Philippus Junior. 

MIOVA*l AinnOEKAr Bust of Philippus Junior r., lanr. 

weariug cuirass and paliidamentam. 
Rev. KAAAA TIANfN Similar ; A in field r. 



24 



MOESIA INFERIOR. 



No. 



Metal, i 
Size. I 



Obvetse — Reverse. 



^1-05 



Ml- 



MVl 



Ml- 



DTONYSOPOLIS. 
Iviperial Coinage. 

Seyems Alexander. 

AVTKMAVPCEVH AAEZANAPOC Bust of Sevenis 
Alexander r., laur., wearing cuirass and paludamentum. 

Rev. AlONVCOh OAEITflN Sarapis 1., draped and 
wearing modius, he holds in r. patera over flaming altar, 
in 1. comucopiae ; in field r., A . 



Gordianus Pius. 

MANTIirOPAIANOC-AVr Busts, face to fa<5e, of Gordi- 
AVT'K' anus Pius r., laur., and wear- 

ing cuirass and paludamentum, and of Sarapis 1., wearing 
modius. 

Rev. AlONVCOn OA€ITnN Concordia, 1., wearing 
modius, and holding patera and cornucopiae; in field 
1., E. 



Similar. 



ANTON lOCrOPAl ANOCAVr 
AVTK-M- 

Rev. AIONVCO nOA€ITX2N Dionysos 1., wearing short 
chiton ; he holds in r. oinochoe, in 1. thyrsos ; at his feet, 
altar ? ; in field r., E . 

Similar. 

Rev. AlONVCOn OA€ITnN Hygieia r., holding in r. 
serpent, in 1. patera; in field 1., E . 



ISTBUS. 



25 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal. 
Size. 



Obverse. 



Beverae. 



100-9 



3 
4 
5 
6 



8 



891 
78- 
84- 
1027 
84- 

73-4 

82-4 



9 



10 



11 



12 



85-8 



77. 



81- 



95-8 



M -75 



M -75 

M -7 

M -65 

M -75 

M -8 

M 7 

iR -76 

plated 



M -76 



51 -75 
M 7 



^ 7 



ISTRUS. 



8 I L y £ B. 



Before Alexander the Great. 



Persian Standard, raised? 



Two young male heads facing ; ' I ^TPI H Sea - eagle with 
they are placed side by side, ' closed wings, standing 1. on 
and the r. hand one is in- ' dolphin L, which he attacks 

with his beak; above dol- 
phin, A . 



verted. 



Similar. 

Similar. 

Similar. 

Similar. 

Similar type ; 1. hand head 
inverted. 

Similar. 

Similar. 



Similar ; beneath dolphin, A. 



Similar 



Similar 
Similar 



Similar 



beneath dolphin, ^. 
above dolphin, E . 
above dolphin, X . 
beneath dolphin, A^. 



Similar ; beneath dolphin, AP. 
Similar. 





Similar. 



Similar. 
Similar. 



Similar, 



Similar ; beneath dolphin, A ; 
under eagle's wing, H. 

Similar ; beneath dolphin, ^ . 
Similar; under eagle's wing, 

o. 

Similar ; beneath dolphin, JP . 

E 






50 W^ '^ 


'. ««. Irnne- 


13 21^ .K *-> 


Similar; r. ■ca=a be*a ii- S;:r.r.M-; do leOers. 


U 213 .V. * 






c:rnt. 


15 £ \^, 


three-qaarter &» lowanls phin 1^ which he atUckK 
r.: border of dou. with his beak. 


1 


Imperial Coinafe. 


1 


EUgab&lDS. 


IG: ^11 


AVTKMAVPH ANTHNEINOC Bast of Elagabalos 
r., laar., wearing cnirass and paladamentom. 






Rev. ICTPI HNllN Kvbele seated 1. on throne ; she 

. holds in t. patera ; in I., which rests on tjinpannm, 

Bceptre ; on either Bide, lion L coaching ; in ex., E ■ 




1 


Sevems Alexander. 


17 


'^145 

1 


AVTKMAVP AAEIANAPOC Bn»t of Severn 

Rev. Similar. 

(Type nHnal size, but etrack on a larger /on.) 

Julia Maraaea. 


18 




^1- 


lOVAIAM AM MArACCBA- Bust of Juli» Mamaea r,. 

wearing atephane. 
Rev. ICTP IH Sea- eagle with spread wings 1., 
NHN swooping on dolphin 1. 



ISTRUS. 



27 




19 



^11 



20 



^115 



21 



M -85 



Gordianns Pins. 

AVTKMANTO TOPAIANCE Bust of Gordianus r., laur., 
wearing cuirass and paludamentum. 

Rev. ICTPI HN UN Fortuna 1., wearing modius; she 
holds rudder and comucopiae ; at her feet, globe ; in 
field r., E . 



Gordianus Pius and Tranquillina. 

AVTKMANTnrOPAIANOC€AV Busts of Gordianus and 
Tranquillina, face to face ; the former laur., wearing cuirass and 
paludamentum ; the latter draped, wearing stephane. 

B«v. ICTPI H The god M^n on horseback r.; behind him, 

NUN pillar, on which, bird r. ; in front, altar. 

Tranquillina. 

CABIN I A- TPANKVAINA Bust of Tranquillina r., wearing 
stephane. 

^y- IC TP River-god Ister, bearded, crowned with reeds, 
IHNUN and naked to waist, reclining 1., holding 

prow, and resting on urn ; in field 1., P . 



28 



MOESIA INFERIOR. 



No. 



Metal. 

Size. ! 



Obverse — Eeverse. 



M -8 



I 

' I 

i 2 M\ 

I 



05 



^1-1 



M -95 



iBl- 



M -9 



7 iE 7 



MARCIANOPOLIS. 

Imperial Coinage. 

Commodas. 

AYTKAI • A- AYP KOMOAOC Head of Commodus r., laur. 

Rev. MAPKIANO nOA€ITXlN Herakles 1., strangling 
Nemean lion. 

Septimius Sevems. 

AY'K-AC€n C€YHPOCn Bust of Septimius Severiis r., 
laur., wearing cuirass and paludamentum. 

Rev. VAVPAAAOVMAP K IAN Zeus 1, 

chlamys over 1. shoulder; he holds in r. thunderbolt; 
in 1. long sceptre. 

Similar. 

Rev. VAVrAAAOYMA PKIANOnOAITON Fortuna 1., 
wearing modius ; holding rudder and comucopiae. 

Similar; final H wanting. 

Rev. VI^AVCTINIAN KIANOHOAIT Kybele, 

wearing modius, seated 1. on throne with back ; r. ex- 
tended; under 1. elbow, tympanum; on either side, lion 
couching. 

Similar. 

Rev. niANO VMAPKIANOnO Concordia 1., 

wearing modius ; holding patera and cornucopiae. 

AVAC€nTI C€VHPOC Similar type. 

Rev. MAPKIANO nOAITUN Fortuna 1., wearing 

modius ; holding rudder and cornucopiae. 

A VKAC€ C€ VH PO Similar type. 

Rev. Saipe inscr. Concordia 1., wearing modius ; holding patera 
and cornucopiae. 



8 1^ -7 



AVKAC€n 



C€VHPOC Similar. 



Rev. MAPKIANOn OAITUN Eagle, with spread wings, 
facing, head turned to r. ; in beak, wreath. 



MARCIANOPOLIS. 



29 



No. 




Obverse -Reverse. 



9 



^11 



10 



^ri 



11 



^105 



12 



M -86 



13 



14 



16 



16 



Caracalla. 

AVTMAPHAI ANTHI^EINOC (sic.) Bast of Caracalla r., 
laur., wearing cmi*ass and palndamentam. 

Rev. VIMVCriNIANO VM APKIANOnOAl Sarapis, 

TUN wear- 

ing modius, seated 1. on throne; r. extended; in 1., 
sceptre ; at his feet, Kerberos 1. 

Same. (Same die.) 

Rev. Same inscr. Fortuna 1., wearing modins; holding rudder 
and comncopiae. 

AVK-MAVP ANTON INOC Bast of Caracalla r., lanr., 
wearing cuirass. 

Rev. VnOVAFllANO VMAPKIANO Kybele, wearing 

modius, seated 1. on throne with back, between two lions ; 
her r. extended; under 1. elbow, tympanum. 

AVT K M AVPH ANTIINEINOC Head of Caracalla 
r., laur. 

Rev. MAPKIAN OnOAITflN Hygieia r., feeding from 
patera serpent, which she holds with nearer hand. 

ANTON El NOEl Head of Caracalla r., bare. 
Rev. Similar ; type 1. 

AVrAN TONINOC FIIOC Head of Caracalla r., laur. 

Rev. Vn-KVNTIAIANyMAPKIANOnO AITON Sa- 
rapis, wearing modius, seated 1. on throne ; r. extended ; 
in 1., long sceptre ; at his feet, Kerberos 1. 

ANTONINO-Oni OCAVrOVCT O O Similar. 

Rev. VnKVNTIAI ANOVMARKIAKDHOAIT Concordia 

II N 1., wear- 
ing modius ; holding patera and comncopiae ; sacrificing 
at flaming and garlanded altar. 

^105 ANTONINOCniO CAVrOVCT O C Similar. 



M -8 



^1- 



Mil 



Rev. VnKVNTIAlAl 

milar. 



OVMAPKIANOnOAITUN Si- 



n 



3''» 



xoesiA isrEUOB. 



^ MeuL 



UbTerse- 



Caracalla and Julia Domna. 

17 JEW ANT nNlNOCAVrOVCTOCIOVAl A Bests, face to 

AO^N face, of Cara- 

calla r., laar., wearing coirass and paladamentnm, and of Jolia 
Domna I., draped. 

ReF. VnKVNTIAIANOVM APKIANOnOAITXlN Te- 

trastyle temple, within which Fortona 1., wearing modins ; 
holding radder and comacopiae ; beneath, C . 

18 .EIL:^ ANTONINOCAVrOVCTOCIOVAIA AO Similar; Cam- 



!19 



MNA 

ders bare. 
Bey. Same inscr. Similar type ; € in field 1. 



calla*s shoul- 



20 



^1-05 AIMTXlNINOCAVrOVCTOCIOVAIAAOM NA Similar. 

Rev. VnKVNTIAIAN^MAPKIANOnOA ITON Tetra- 
8tyle temple, within which, the Emperor seated 1. on 
throne as Zens ; in 1. sceptre ; in field 1., € . 



iE105 





Similar. 

Bev. VnKVNTIAIANOVMAPKIANOnOAl TON 

Sqnare edifice with three arched doors and two arched 
windows (triumphal arch) ; upon it, four figures, the second 
and fourth from the lefi holding spears, the third a 
draped female figure ; in field 1., € . 





MABCUNOPOLIS. 



31 




Obverae — Reverse. 



21 



22 



^105. Similar. 

Bey. Same inscr. Fortnna 1., wearing modias; holding radder 
and cornncopiae ; in field 1., C . 



23 



^115 ANTON INOCAVrOVCTOCIOVAIAAONNA Similar. 

Rev. VnKVNTIAIAN OVMAPKIANOnOAl 

TO N 



Similar. 



iEll 



24 



25 



Similar. 

Rev. VnKVNTIAIANOVMAPKIANOnOAITON Hy- 

gieia r., feeding from patera serpent, which she holds in 
r.; in field 1., € . 



^115 ANT nNINOCAVrOVCTOClOV AIA 
I AOMMA 



Similar. 



Rev. VnKVNTIAIANOVMAPKIANOnOAITO Coiled 
serpent with lion's head and fish's tail, erect, to 1. ; aronnd 
head, disk (Agathodaemon or Chnnphis) ; in field 1., € . 



^105 



26 



iE105 



Caracalla and Geta. 

AVKMAVANTnNINOCAVKnC€nT Bnsts of CaracaUa r. 

TETAC and Geta 1., face to 

face, both lanr., and wearing cairass and paludamentum. 

Rev. Vn*AOYAniANOY MAPKIANOHOAITON For- 

tnna 1., wearing modias ; holding mdder and cornncopiae ; 
in field 1., C. 

Similar. 

Rev. Similar. 



27 iBl- 



Macrinns'. 

I 

I AVTKOnEA-CEVH- POCMAKPEINOC Bust of Maori- 

I nns r., lanr., wearing cuirass and paludamentum. 

:Rev. VnnONTIANOVMA PKIANOnOAEITDI For- 
tnna 1., wearing modius ; holding rudder and cornncopiae ; 
at her feet, globe. 

28J.E1- Similar. 

Rev. VnnONTIAN OnOAEITON Con- 

cordia 1., holding patera and cornncopiae. 



32 



MOESIA INFERIOR. 




29 



^11 



30 



^105 



31 



^105 



32 



MVl 



33 



^105 



34 



^105 



36 



^1-05 



AVTKOnEAAIOCCEVH-MAKPEINOC Similar. 

Rev. NOVMAPKIANOnOAEITfl N Eagle 

with spread wings, facing, head r., standing on thnnder- 
bolt ; in beak, wreath. 

Macrinns and Diadumenianas. 

AVTKMOnEACEVMAKPEINOC KMOHEANXn 

Heads, face to face, of Macrinns r., lanr., and of Diadumenianas 
1., bare. 

Re7. VnnONTIANOVMAK I ANOnOAEITON 

Pallas 1., wearing helmet aegis and long chiton ; she holds 
in extended r. owl ; in 1. spear reversed ; in field r., E . 

AVTROnEACCVMAKPEINOCKMOnEANTilNElNOsimi. 

C lar. 

Rev. NOV MAP KIANOnOAEITAN 

Sarapis 1., wearing modius and clad in himation ; r. hand 
extended ; in 1., long sceptre ; in field 1., E . 

AVTKMOnEACEVMAKPEINOCKMOnEANTllNElNOC 

Similar. 

Rev. VnnONTIANOVMAPKIANpnOAEITilN Askle- 

pios facing, head 1., clad in himation, holding staff, np 
which serpent twines ; in field r., E • 

AVTKOnEAC INOC 

Similar. 

Rev. VnnONTIANOVMAPKIANOnOAEITDI Nemesis? 
1., holding scales and comucopiae ; at her feet, wheel ; in 
field 1., E . 

AVKOnEACEVMA OnEAANTIlNEINOC 

Busts, face to face, of Macrinns r., laur., and of Diadumenianus 
1., bare ; both wear paludamentum and cuirass. 

Rev. VnnONTIAN O VMAPKIANO 

Concordia 1., holding in r. patera over fiaming altar ; in 1. 
comucopiae ; in field r., 6 . 

AVTKOnE EINOCKMOnEA 

Similar to no. 30. 

Rev. VnnONTIANOVMAP KIANOnOAEITOJ Hermes 
1., chlamys over 1. arm ; holding purse and caduceus; in 
field r., E . 



MABOIANOPOLIS. 



83 




Obverse— Eevcrse. 



36 



37 



38 



39 



40 



41 



Ml'06 



Ml 06 



Mil 



M -96 



M -86 



M -7 



A VKOn n EACEVH M AKPEI NOCKM 

VMEN 

Rev. VnnONTIANOVMAPKIANOnOAITIlN Asklepios 
facing, head ]., clad in himation, holding staff, up which 
serpent twines ; in field 1., € . 



AVKOnnEACEVHMAKPEINOC 

KMOnnE A AN 

TIININOCAI 

AAOVMEN 



Heads, face to face, of Dia- 
damenianns r., bare, and 
of Macrinns, 1., laur. 



Rev. VnnONTIANOVMAPKIANOnOAIT Artemis, 

XI N wearing short chiton, chlamjs, 

and endromides, running r.; holding with 1. strung bow, 
and with r. drawing arrow from quiver; at her side, 
hound r. ; in field 1., C . 

Similar. 

Rev. VnnONTIANOVMAPKIAN Kybele, turreted, seated 

OAlTilN sideways on lion gal- 

loping r. ; she holds tympanum and long sceptre ; in field 
r., € . 



Diadumenianus. 

MOriEAAIONANTflNEINONK Bust of Diadumenianus r., 
wearing cuirass and paludamentum ; head bare. 

Rev. MAPKIANO PIOAEITON Artemis, wearing short 
chiton, chlamys, and endromides, running r. ; holding with 
L strung bow, and with r. drawing arrow from quiver ; at 
her side, hound r. ; in field 1., P. 

MOnEAAIOCANTONEINOCK Similar. 

Rev. MAPKIANO flOAEITOI Fortuna, wearing modius, 
seated 1. on throne ; she holds rudder and comucopiae ; at 
her feet, globe. 

MOnEAAIOCANTONEINOC Similar. 

Rev: MAPKIANOnOAEITON- Crescent, within which 
three stars. 



F 



34 



M0E8TA niFERIOB. 



No. 



Metal. 
Size. 



ObTene —Ke verse. 



42 M -7 



43 



44 



45 



M\ 



Ml 



MV 



46 /El 



47 



MVOh 



48 



49 



60 



Similar. 

Rev. Same inscr. Dionysiac cista; from beneatli the open lid 
serpent issues r. 

Elagabalns. 

AVTKM AVPH ANTON El NOC Head of Elagabalns r., lanr. 
Rev. VniyAANTCEAEVK^MAKIANOnOAITO N 

Asklepios facing, liead 1., wearing himation, holding staff 
np which serpent twines. 

AVTKM AVP ANTOhEINOC Similar. 

Rev. CEAEVKOVMAPKIANOnOAlTO 

Hera P 1., holding patera and long sceptre. 

AVTKMAVP- ANTONEINOC Bnst of Elagabalns r., 
lanr., wearing cnirass and palndamentnm. 

Rev. VniOVAANT'CEA E VKOVMAPKIANOR 

OAITON Similar. 

AVTKM AVPH ANTIIN El NOC Head of Elagabalns r., lanr. 
Rev. vni^AANTCEAEVK^MAKIANOnOAITDJ 

Similar. 

AVTKM AVPH Al ANTilNEINOC Similar. 

Rev. Vni^AANTCEAEVK^MAKIANOnOAITON Con- 
cordia 1., holding patera and comticopiae. 

AVTKMAVPHAIOC ANTnNEINOC Bnst of Elagabalns 
r., lanr., wearing cuirass and paludamentum. 

Rev. Vn-IOVA-ANT'CEA EVKOVMAPKIANORO 

AITilN Similar. 
Similar. 

Rev. vniOVAANTCEA EVK OVMAPKIANOHO 

AITflN Demeter, standing 1., hold- 

ing ears of com and long sceptre. 



^ 1 05 Similar. 

Rev. VniOVAANT'CEAE VKOVMAPKIANOHO 

AITIIN Similar. 



MVOh 



^105 



MARCUNOPOLIS. 



35 




51 



^1-05 



52 



^r 



53 



^105 



54 



M 7 



55 



56 



M 7 



M -65 



57 



M -6 



58 



M 7 



59 



M 7 



60 



^11 



AVTKMAVPH • ANTXINEINOC Head of Elagabalos r., 
lanr. 

ReT. VnCEPrriTIANOV MAPKIANOnOAIXrH 

Aeqnitas 1., holding scales and comucopiae. 

Same. (Same die.) 

Hey. Same inscr. Concordia 1., wearing modios, holding patera 
and comncopiae. 

Same. (Same die.) 

Rev. Same inscr. Fortnna L, wearing modius, holding radder 
and comucopiae. 

AVT-K-M-AVPH ANTONEINOC Head of Elagabalua r., 
]aar. 

Bev. MAPKIAN OnOAITfX Concordia 1., holding patera 
and comncopiae. 

AVTKMAVPH ANTOtlNOC SimUar. 

Rev. MAPKIANOnOAITfX Bunch of grapes. 

AVTKMAVP ANTONEINOC Similar. 

Rev. MAPKIANO nOAITON- Flaming torch. 

AVTKMAVP ANTf>IINOC Similar. 

Rev. M AKIANOnOAITn* Serpent twined round staff. 

AVTKM Similar. 

Rev. MAPK nOAITIlN Tripod, within which, ser- 

pent ; on each side, stalk of com growing. 

TKMAVP ANTfNINOC Similar. 

Rev. MAK OPIOAITDI Dionysiac cista; from be- 

neath the open lid serpent issues r. 



Elagabalus and Julia Maesa. 

AVT-K-M-AVPHAIOC-ANTilNEINOCIOVAIAMAICA- 

Busts, face to face, of Elagabalus r., laur., and of Julia Maesa 1., 
draped and wearing stephane. 

Rev. Vni^AANTCEAEVKOVMAKIANOnOAITn 

Asklepios, facing, head 1., clad in himation, holding staff' 
up which serpent twines ; in field 1., E . 



BnstB, face to face, of Elagabalas r., lanr., and of Julia Uaesa 1., 
draped and wearing stephane. 
Hey. VniOVAANTCEAEVKOVMAPKIANO ^ ., 

type ; in field 1, E . 
Similar, 
Rev. VniOVAANTCEAEVKOVMAPKIANO 

nOAITil Similar^ 

N 

Same inscr. Busts, face to face, of Elagabalns r., lanr., wearing 
paludamentum and cuirass, and of Jalia Maesa 1., draped and 
wearing stephane. 

Hev. ^AANTCEAEVK^MAPKIANOnOAl gj^.,^^ 

Sevems Alexander. 

AVTKMAVPCEVH AAE2ANAPOC East of Sevems Alex- 1 
ander r., laur., wearing cuirass and pal ud amentum. 

Rev vnTIBIOVAtHCTOVMAKrANOnOAITfN Con.j 
coiflia 1,, lioUling patera and cornucopiae. ; 






MARGUKOPOLIS. 



87 




69 



uElOS 



70 



iEl 



71 



^1 



72 



Ml'Ob 



73 



^105 



74 



M -95 



75 



^1-05 



76 



MV 



77 



^1-06 



Same inscr. Head of Sevems Alexander r., lanr. 

Rev. VnriBIOVA^H CTOVMAPKIANOn 

OAI T n 

N 



Similar. 



Same. (Same die.) 

R^v. VnTIBIOVA*HCTOVMA 

Similar. 



ono 



AN 



Same inscr. Bast of Severas Alexander r., lanr., wearing cnirass 
and paludamentnm. 

Rev. VnTIBIOVA*HC T^MAPKIANOnOAl Nemesis? 

TON 1., hold- 

ing scales and comacopiae ; at her feet, wheel. 

Similar. 

Rev. VnTIBIOVA^HCTOVMAKIANOnOAITfM 

Aequitas 1., holding scales and comucopiae. 
Similar. 

Rev. VnTIBIOVA*HCT^MAKIANOnOAIT flN 

Eagle, with spread wings, facing, head 1. ; in beak, wreath. 



AV 



VPC€V AAEZANAPOC Similar. 



Rev. Vn<MP*IAOnAmOVMAPKIANOnOAITa4 Hera? 
1., draped, holding patera and sceptre. 



AVTKMAVPCEVH AA 

Rev. H" 



POC Similar. 



BENTINOVMAKIANOnOAl Zens 

T fM standing 1., draped, 

holding patera and sceptre. 

AVTKMAVPCEV Head of Severas Alex- 

ander r., lanr. 

Rev. W^MTEPEBENTINOVMAKIANOnOAIT 

m 

Hermes 1., holding pnrse ajid caduceus; over 1. arm, 
chlamys. 

A CEVH AAEZANAPOC Bust of Severus Alex- 

ander r., lanr., wearing cuirass and paludamentnm. 

Rev. Same inscr. Concordia 1., holding patera and comucopiae. 



and pal Ddamen tarn, and of Jnlia Uaesa 1., draped and 
wearing stephane. 
H«v. VnTIBIOVA*HC TOVMAPKIANOnOA Hygieia 
ITA N r., feeding serpent from pa- 

tera i in field 1., E. 



Oordianns Pius. 

AVTKMANTrOPA I A NOCAVr Bust of Gordianns I., 

radiate ; wearing cnirass ornamented in front with Gorgon-head, 
and paludamentum ; r. hand raised; in 1. globe. 

Rev. VnTEPTVAA lA NOVMAPKIANOROAITii 
OMONOIA 

Tjche of Marciaaopolia 1., wearing mnral crown and 
holding comucopiae, grasping the hand of the Emperor, 
who stands 1,, lanr., wearing toga, and holding in 1. 
scroll ; between them, flaming tripod. 

MANTrOP AlANOCAVr Bust of Gordianna r, lanr., 

wearing cuirass and paludamentum. 

Rev. MAPKIANO nOAITil Zeas seated 1. on throne, hold- 
N ing patera and sceptre. 

Similar. 

Rev. MAP KIAN ODOAITDJ Pallas 1., helmeted, holding 
patera and spear ; a^nst her leans shield. 

A MANTON . rOPAIANO Head of Gordianns r., lanr. 

Rev. MAPKIAN OROAr N Crescent, within which 



MABCIAH0P0LI8. 



89 




84 



^105 



86 



^116 



86 



Ml'l 



M ANTFOPAIANOC Busts, face to face, of GordianuB r., lanr., 
AVr wearing cuirass and paladamentum, 

and of Sarapis 1., draped, weiuring modius. 

Rev. VnMHNO^IAOVM APKIANOnOAl Pallas 1., 

Til helmeted, 

N holding in 1. spear; 

r. resting on shield; in field 1., E . 



Similar. 

Rev. VnMHNO*IAOyMAPKIANOnOAITnN Artemis, 
wearing short chiton, chlamjs, and endromides, running 
r.; in her 1., strung bow; with r. she draws an arrow 
from her quiver; beside her, hound running r.; in field 1., 
E . 



MANXrOPAIANOCAVr 



AVTK 



Similar type. 



Rev. 



VnMHNOMAOVMAP KIANOnOAIT Young 

XI Dionjsos, 

N naked, 1., 

holding kantharos and thjrsos ; at his feet, panther seated 

1., looking up ; in field 1., E • 



87 



^115 



88 



MlOb 



ANTtONIOCrOPAIANOC /T 



AVTK-M 



Similar. 



Rev. 



VnMHNOMAOV MAPKIANOnOAITIl Fortuna 

1., wearing modius, holding rudder and comuoopiae ; in 
field 1., E . 



MANXrOPAIANOC 



Avr 



Similar. 



Rev. 



VnMHNO*IAOVM APKIANOPIOA Nemesis 

1., wearing modius, holding short staff and comucopiae ; 
at her side, wheel ; in field r., E . 



HORSIA niFBBIOB. 



Obierae— Re*erae. 



AVTKMANTrOPAIANOC 
AVr 



Similar. 



Bev. VnMHNO*IAOVMAPKIANOnOAI Cilj ■ s 

TUN flanked 

either eide by a circular tower and enrmouiited by a row 
of omamente ; in doorway, E . 

(Ber. donble-stmok.) 



Gordianna Pine and Tranqnillina. 

KMANTrOPAIANOC/rCEB Boat., face to &a,, of 

TPANKVA Oordianus Pim 

A€IN lanr., wearing caiross 

and palndamentnm, and of Tranqnillina 1., dipped and wearing 

atephane. 

BcY. nXEPTVAAIAN OVMAPKIANOnO 
A 
I 

T 
Ol 

Pallas 1., wearing helmet ; holding on r. owl ; in 1. ap 
by her aide, shield ; in field 1., E . 

ANTroPAiANOc fries 

TPANKVA Similar. 

A£IN 

Hey. VnTEPTVAAIANOVMAPKIANOnOA 

T 

n 

N 

Concordia 1., holding in r., patera over flaming altar, and 
in 1., comucopiae ; in field 1., E • 



r 



AVTAIAAPIA ANTnNEINOC Head of Antoninus PiuB r., 

bare. 
Rev. NEIKOnOAEI THNnPOCIC Portana 1., holding 
mdder and comocopiae. 



ObTCTBe — KeTsree. 



NICOPOLIS AD ISTRTTM. 



Antoninns Pins. 



AV'K-A-CEn 



Septimins Sevems. 
CEV Head of SeptiminB Severus 



R«v. VRAVrAAAOV NIKOH AN Pallas r., hel- 

nPOCI* meted, hold- 

ing in raised r. spear; 1. resting on shield. 

AVK'A'CEn- CEVHPOC-n Similar. 

Rev. VnAVPFAAAOV NIKOROAIT Demeter 1„ veiled, 
nPOCl" holding in r. ears 

of com ; in raised 1., long torch. 

AVKACEn CEVtfOC Similar. 

Rev. VnAV AAOVNIKOnOAITHPCKI Nike ran- 

ning 1., holding wreath and palm. 

■AV K-A'CEn- CEVHPOCn Similar. 

Rev. VnAVPrAAAOVNIKOnOA Tetrastyle temple, in 
nPOCI the midst of which, 

AaklepioB, holding in r. rod, up which serpent twines 

head tnmed to 1. 




MOEBU IXFEBIOB. 



Obrene ~ Bererse. 



AVKACEn CEVHPOCnE Similar. 
. VnAVPrAAAOVNIKOnOAIT 

npocic 



■AVT'A-CEnT 

R«T. 



CEVHPnEP 



Similar. 



Vn ' A VPrAAAOVN I KOn City-gate or (rinm- 

•nPOCICT pbal arch, con- 

sistiug of two towers or bnttreases connected by a wall 
in which is a door. It iB snrmoDnied by an edifice with 
three doora and two wtnga, one over each tower ; these 
wings are supported hj pillars and have separate roofs. 
Through the door of the lower building is visible a tetra- 
stf le temple in the distance. 



AVKACE CEVHPOC 

Rev. NiKono np 

sceptre. 



Similar. 
Zens Boated 1., holding patera and 



AVKAICE CEVHPO Similar. 

Rev. NIKOnOAl CIC Yonng Dionysoa 1., holding 

bunch of grapes and thyrsoa ; chlarays over 1. shoulder. 



AVKAI CEVHPOC Similar. 

Rev. NIKOnOAl nPOCICT Similar; no chlamys. 



Rev. NIKOnOAl nOCICT (»(c.) Hermes 1., naked, holding 

purse and caduceas. 



NICOPOLIS. 



4& 




12 



M -65 



Similar. 
Rev. 



pnOAIT nPOCICTPO Thanatos winged, naked, 
facing ; he leans on inverted flaming torch which rests on 
garlanded altar ; his legs crossed. 





13 



M 7 



Similar. 

Rev. NIKOnOAinPOC 

ICTP* 



Wolf r., suckling Twins. 



14 



M 7 



15 



M 7 



16 



M 7 



17 



M -65 



18 



M 7 



19 



MlOb 



AVKAICE CEVHPOC Similar. 

Rev. NIKOn O AinPOCIC Fortuna 1., wearing modius; 
holding rudder and comncopiae. 

AVKAI" CEVHPOC Similar. 

Rev. Nl Al T nPOCICT Similar. 

AVKAICEn CEVHPOC Similar. 

Rev. NIK OAI TONHPOCIC Priaposl. 

AVKAI CEVHPOC Similar. 

Rev. NIK ITONnPOCICTP- Crescent and star. 



Similar. 

Rev. NIKOnOA 



OCICTPO Similar. 



Septimins Sever as and Caracalla. 

AVK AC€n'C€VHPOCn'Ay-K'M'AVPH'ANTnN 

Basts, face to face, of Septimins Severas r. and Caracalla 1., 
both lanr., wearing cnirass and paludamentam. 

Rev. VnAO EPTVAAOVNIKOnOAinPOC'l Hera- 
kles r., naked; he holds in r. club; in 1. strung bow; lion's 
skin over 1. arm. 



44 



M0E3IA INFERIOR. 



No. 


Metal. 
Size. 


20 

1 
1 
1 


^1- 

1 
1 




Julia Domna. 
lOVAIAAO MNACEBAC Bust of Julia Domna r., draped. 

Rev. vnAVP-rAAAOVNiKonoAinPoci ister, 

represented as a youth, naked to waist, reclining 1.; his 
head, turned to r., is crowned with reeds; in his r. hand 
he grasps a tree; under his 1. elbow is an urn, out of 
which a stream flows. 





21 Ml 



22 



M -9 



23 



M -9 



24 



M -8 



25 M -65 



26 M 7 



lOVAIA- AOMNAC€ Similar. 

Rev. VnA'AVPrAAAOVNIKOnO AEITflN The City 

nPOCICTPON l.,wear. 

ing turreted crown ; holding in r. patera over flaming 

incense-altar; in I. long sceptre; behind her, Nike 1., 
crowning her, and holding in 1. palm. 

• lOVAIA' AO MNACEBAC Similar. 

Rev. NIKOnOAl nPOCICTPO Pallas r., wearing 

helmet ; she holds in r. spear, up which serpent twines ; 
in I. shield, which rests on pedestal. 



Similar. 

Rev. NIKOnOAIT ilNnPOCICTP 

scales and stafi^; at her feet, wheel. 



Nemesis 1., holding 



Similar. 

Rev. NIKOnOAl T-nPOCICTP Nemesis l, holding i 

I. stafi^; r. raised to her lip ; at her feet, wheel. 



m 



lOVAIAA OMNA Similar. 

Rev. NIKOnOAIT nPOCICTPO Concordia I., weai-ing 

modius ; holds patera and comucopiae. 

lOVAIA AOMNACE Similar. 

Rev. N I KOnOAITON n P Bull advancing r. 



r 



ObTCTM— B«Tene. 



OEA-AOMNA- -CEBACTH Similar. 

Rev. ■VHAAVPrAAAOVNEIKOnOAIT-nPOCIC 

Caracalla gailopiiig r. on horseback, hie chlamys floating 
behind him, spearing wild boar, mnning r. 



Caracal La. 

AV-K'M'AVP ANTilNtNOC Bnat of Caracalhi r., 

laor,, beardless ; wearing cuiraBS and paladamentam. 

Rev. vnAOOVTEPTVAAOVNIKOhOPOCICT- (tie.) 

Tetrastyle temple, in the midst of which, Aeklepioa, 
holding in r. rod, op which serpent twines; head turned 
to I. 

Similar. 

Rev. NIKOnOAlTilNnPOCICTPON 

holding kantharoB and thjra 

Similar, 

Rev. NIKOnOAITilN H POCICTP Concordia I. 

wearing modins ; holding patera and comacopiae. 



S 7 AVKMAVPH ANTHNINOC 

; beardless. 



Head of Caracalla r., laor., 



Rev. NIKOnOAirnNnPOCICr Eagle with spread wiiigs, 
facing, standing on thunderbolt ; in beak, which is turned 
to r., wreath. 



lMl-1 AVKMAVP ANTflNINOC Bust of Caracalla r., laur., 

I I slightly bearded ; wearing cnirasa and palndamentuni. 

I 'fiev. V*AOVAniANNI KOnOAITHPOCI Herakles, 

naked, 1., holding in r. three apples; in 1. club; over r. 
i arm, lion's skin. 



46 



IIOESIA IKFEBIOB. 



No. 




Obrerae — Rererae. 



\ 



33 



34 



^105 



35 



36 



37 



38 



39 



Plantilla. 

M 105 ♦OV riAAV Tl AAA-CEB Bust of PlautiUa r., draped 

Rev. -VnAVP'rAAAOVNIKOnOAl Plantilla r. and 

npocic 

in civil dress, joining hands. 



Caracalla 1. 



mi' 



M '7 



M -65 



.30115 



^33105 



Caracalla and Geta. 

AVKMAVPANT NOCAACCH Busts, face to face, of 

KAirCTAC Caracalla r. and Geta 

1.; the former lanr.; both wearing cnirass and paludamentum. 

Rev. VnA OY TEPTVAAOVNIKOnOAITIlN Sarapis 

nPOC l.,wear- 

ing modius ; holding patera and long sceptre ; at his feet, 
Kerberos 1. 

Geta. 

ACCriT r€TACK Bust of Geta r., head bare; wearing 
cuirass and paludamentum. 

Rev. VHAVrAAA^ NIKOnOAIT Asklepios facing, 

nPOCI head 1., hold- 

ing in r. rod, up which serpent twines. 

r€TAC Similar ; head laur. 

Rev. NIKOnOAITONnPOCI Tripod-lebes, up one leg 

of which serpent twines. 

AVK€C (sic) Similar. 

Rev, N I KOnOAl TFl POCICTPO Thanatos towards r., 

winged, naked, leaning on inverted torch; his legs crossed. 

AVTKnC€ nrCTACAV Head of Geta r., laur. 

Rev. V4>AOVAniAN NIKOHOAI Nemesis 1, holding 

nPOC I scales and staff; 

at her feet, wheel. 



AVKOnnEACE VMA 

laur. 



Macrinus. 

NOC 



Head of Macrinas r., 



Rev. APX AfPI Nl KOnOAITnNnPOCI Apollo, 

laur., 1., naked ; he holds in r. laurel-branch ; 1. elbow 
rests on tripod ; in front, basket of fruits. 



NICOPOLIS. 



47 




40 



^r 



41 



^11 



42 



^105 



43 



^105 



MOnCACeV HMAKPINOC Bust of Macrinns r., 
laur., wearing cuirass and paladamentam. 

Rev. VriAr OnPOCI Demeter l., HoW- 

L I PA ing ears of com 
and long sceptre. 



AVKOnnEACE VHMAKPINOC Similar. 

Rev. vnArpinnANiKonoAiTxiNnpocic 

TPXl 

pent from patera. 



Hygieia r., 
feeding ser- 



AVTKMOn HMAKPINOC Similar. 

Rev. Vn AfPinANIKO nOAITONnPOCICTP For- 
tnna 1., wearing modins ; holding rudder and comucopiae. 

AVKOnnEACE VHMAKPINOC Head of Macrinus r., laur. 

Rev. VnAFPinANIKO nOAITXlNnPOCICT Ubertas 
1., holding purse and comucopiae. 



44 



^105 



45 



^106 



AVTKMOnCACCV HPMAKPINOC Similar. 

Rev. vnAFPinnAN i kohoaiton 

npoci 
CTPn 



Tripod, up one 
of the legs of 
which twines 
serpent. 



46 



^105 



47 



^r 



AVTK REACEVH MAKPEINOCAVf Similar. 

Rev. VnCTAAONTIN^NIKO HO AITXlNnPOCI 

CTPI2 

Zeus seated 1. on throne, wearing himation ; holds patera 
and sceptre ; at his feet, eagle 1., with spread wings, look- 
ing back. 

AVTKMOnCAA C6VMAKPIN Bust of Macrinus r., laur., 
wearing cuirass and paludamentum. 

Rev. AON KOnOAITIlNnP Similar type, 

OCICTPXl without eagle. 

AVTKMOn€AAC€V HMAKPINOCAV Similar. 

Rev. NIKpnOAITilNnPOCICTP Herakles 1., 

naked, striking with club at hydra, which he grasps 
with 1. hand. 



AVTKMOn€AA . 

vnc 

nPCXIC sented 

yonth, homed, naked, inclining 1. ; bis r. hand reels o 



.CeVMAKP Similar. 

iNovNiKonoAirriN i,t«r, 



whence flows water; 



AVTKMOnEACEV Head of Itarinns r, lanr. 

ReT. NOVNIKO nOAITONn Monnt 

POCICT Haemns, 

represented as a young hunter, wearing himation and en- 
dromides ; he is seated I. on rocks ; his r. hand is placed 
on his head, which is turned to r. ; in 1. a hunting spear ; 
AIMO 
C 






; behind, a tree ; Ijelow, bear r 



AVTKMOneACEV MAKPeiNOC Bust of Maorinus r, 

lanr., wearing cuirass and paludamentum. 
Key. VnCTAAONrlNOVN IKOnOAITHNnPOC 

Fortnna 1,, wearing modius ; holding rudder and comn- 
copiae ; at her feet, globe. 



AVTKMOn€AAIC€ VHMAKPtNOC 

. NIKOnOAIT ilNnPOCIC 

staff. 



Head of MacrinnB 
Serpent twined ronnd 



HIOOFOLIS. 



49 




52 



^1-05 



53 



^105 



Diadamenianns. 

MOnCAAIAI AAOVM€NIANOCK Bust of Diadnmeni. 
anns r., head bare, wearing cnirass and paladamentum. 

Rev. VnAFPinnA NIKOnOAIXnNnPO Ister, beard. 

CICTiA (nc.) less, seated 

L, naked to waist, bead tamed to r. ; be bolds in r. reed ; 
in 1. nm. 



KMOnnEAANTflNI-AIAAOVMENiAN 



Similar. 



54 



^105 



Rev. VnArPinnANIKOnOAITIlN Ister, beardless, seated 

nPOCICTP 1., on urn, naked to 

waist ; r. band rests on prow of ship ; in 1. is a reed. 



55 



KMOnnEAANTHNIAIAAOVMENIAN OC 

Diadnmenianns r., bare. 

Rev. vnArPinnANiKonoAiTxiNnpocic 

TPn 

tera over altar, and in 1. comncopiae. 



Head of 

Concord ial., 
holding pa- 



Mil 



56 



M -8 



57 



M 7 



n 



M -65 



. ) iB -6 



KMOnnEAANTflNAIAApVMENIANOC Bast of Diada- 
menianas r., bead bare, wearing cuirass and paladamentum. 

Rev. VnCTATIOVA OVNIKOnOAITXl Demeter 

NPI P 1., hold- 

OCICTPn ingears 

^t '- of corn and long sceptre. 

KMOnCAAl Al AAOVM6N I ANOC Similar. 

Rev. NIKOnOAITH N nPOCICTPfl Concordia 1., 
wearing modius, holding patera and comucopiae. 

KMOn VM€NIA NOC Head of Diadu- 

meuianus r., bare. 

Rev. NIKOnOAITXlNnPOCICT Bunch of grapes on stalk. 

KMOnnEA Similar. 

Rev. NIKOnOAl TXlNnPOC Ubertas 1., holding purse 
and comucopiae. 

KMOnnEA ANTXININOC Similar. 

Rev. NIKOnO AITXIN Serpent twined round staff. 



50 



MOBSU INFERIOR. 



No. 




Obverse — R«Yerse. 



60 



iEl-OS 



61 



^11 



62 



Mil 



63 



^105 



64 



Ml'Ob 



65 



Ml'Ob 



66 



iEr05 



Elagabalns. 

AVTMAVP ANT NOC Head 

Rev. 

VnNOBIOVPOV<l>OVNIKOnOAIT 

Zens, naJ^ed, 1., holding patera and i 

AVTKMAVP ANTHNEINOC Simil 

Rev. VnNOBIOVPOV*OV NIKORi 

OCIC 

Felicitas 1., holding patera and long 

AVTKMAVPH ANTON El NOC Sim 
Rev. VnNOBIOVPOV«l>OVNIKOnOA 

cirr 

Concordia 1., holding in r. patera o 
1. comncopiae. 

Same inscr. Bast of Elagabalns r., lanr., 
palndamentnm. 

Rev. VnNOBIOVPOV* OVNIK 

npocicT 

Nemesis 1., wearing modius, holding 
copiae ; at her feet, wheel. 

Similar ; Emperor radiate. 

Rev. VnNOBIOVPOV ♦OVNIKOnO/ 

npocic 

Nemesis 1., wearing modius, holding 
copiae ; at her feet, wheel. 

Similar ; Emperor laur. 

Rev. VnNOBIOVPOV4>OVNIKO UN 

CTO (sic.) 

N 

Fortnna 1., wearing modius ; she holds rudder and cor- 
nucopiae ; at her feet, globe. 

AVKMAVPH ANTON I NOC Similar. 

Rev. VnNOBIOVPOV<l>OVNIKOnOAITONrPOC 

ICT PO 

N 

Eagle with spread wings, facing ; in beak, which is tamed 
to 1., wreath. 



Obrerae — KeTsm. 



AVTKMAVP NOC Head of Elagabalos r., laar. 

Eev. VnNOBIOVPOV*OVNIK 
CTPON 

Temple, seen from a comer, with fonr colnmns at the side 
and in front two, betneeu which, male diTinity holding 
sceptre (Zens ?) ; beyond temple, trees. 




AVTKMAVP NEINOC Bust of Elagabalos r., laar., 

wearing cnirasa and paladamentnm. 

Rev. N IKOn OAITXIN HPOCIC TPn , in five 
lines, within lanrel- wreath. 

AVTKMAVP ANTHNEINOC Similar. 

Rev. N IKOn OAlTn NHPOC TPON (tie.) in five 
lines, within laurel- wreath. 

AVTKMAVPH ant OC Similar. 

Rev, Same. (Same die.) 

AVKMA ANTHNIN Similar. 

Kev. NIKOn nPOCIC Bust of Sarapis r., draped, 

wearing modins. 

Similar. 

Rev. NIKOnOAITnNnPOCIC Eagle 1., winga closed; in 
beak, which is tamed to r., wreath. 

AVKMAVP ANTilNINOC Similar. 

Rev. NIKOnOAITilNRPOCICTPO Bunch of grapes with 



HOESI& INFBBIOR. 



Obrene — Bevenr. 



Gordianas Pins. 



AVT-KMANTWrOPAIANOC/^ Bust of GordiMins Pidb 
r., lanr., wearing cnirass and palndamentnni. 

EeT. vnCABMOAccrovNiKOnoACi Trarrocic 

Kike 1., wearing long chiton ; holding wreath and palm. 

AVTKMANTrO PAIANOCAVr Similar. 

Rev. VnCABMOA€CTOVN IK TfWrPOCIC 

T Fortaua 1., wear- 

P ing mo- 

dioB, holding rudder and comnoopiae. 

Similar. 

Hey. VnCABMOAeCTOV Nl KOnOA£ITranPOCICTP 

Sarapis 1., wearing modius, draped ; r. hand raiaed ; i' 
long sceptre held croaawiae. 



MANTn rOPAIANOC Similar. 

vncABMOAeCTo' NiKOnOAeiTnjrra 
I 
c 



Aaklepioa facing, head 1. 
serpent twines. 



T 
P 

holding i 



, staff, np which 



AVTKMANTn rOPAIANOC Similar. 
Bey. vnCABMOAeCT CNIKOnOAelTOI 

T 

P 

o 

N atatdc 

npocic ofgod 

dess 1. (Fortuna or Nemesis P) holding comnoopiae. 



Tetrastyl. 



within 
which. 



NICOPOLIS. 



58 




79 



^11 



80 



^ri 



Similar. 

Rev. VnCABMOA€CTcy NIKOnOA€ITf>irP 

I 

c 

T 

P 

O 

O C N 

Nemesis 1., wearing modins ; she raises her r. hand 
towards her month ; in 1., sceptre ; at her feet, wheel. 

AVT-K-MANTW TOPA OCAVP Bnst of Gordianns 

Pins r., radiate, wearing cnirass ornamented with Mednsa-head, 
and aegis over 1. shoulder. 

Rev. Vn MOA€CTOVNIKOnOA€ITnmPOCICTPOJ 

Hermes standing L, r. foot advanced and resting on 
rock ; in r. hand, winged cadncens ; in L, purse ; chlamys 
wrapped round 1. arm. 



H0E3U IRFBRIOK- 



TOUI. 

COPFEK. 

Before Soman Dominion. 



Head of Poseidon? ' 
ing taioia. 



, wear-lTOMI Eagle r.; beneath, 
' TIMO; all within oak- 
I wreath. 



limilar type. (Two eoanter- 
marks ; in one, head of He- 
lios t., radiate; in the other, 
hearded male head r.) 

, lanr- : 



TOM Kagle with spread 
wings r.; heneath, €A£VCI ^ 
all within oak- wreath. 



TOMI Two stars of five 
points, below which, O 



Period of Soman Dominion. 



Bust of Apollo r., lanr,, hair 
in krobyloB above forehead ; 
he wears chlamys ; in front, 
lyre : border of dota. 



TOMITtO The Dioscuri 
N on horseback 

prancing r. ; they wear pilei 
snrmonnted by stars, and 
cuirasses, and hold lances 
conched: border of dofa. 





Tour. 



55 



Na 



Wt. 



7 



8 



10 



11 



Metal. 
Size. 



Obveise. 



Revene. 



uE 7 



M -65 



M 75 



iE 7 



M 75 



iE -8 



iE 7 



Head of Demeter r., veiled, 
wearing wreath of com : 
border of dots. 

TO MOC Young male 
bust r., diademed, shoulders 
dhiped (Tomos) : border of 
dots. 

TOMOC KTICTHC Si- 

milar. 



TOMOC KTICTH Si. 

milar. 



TO Two flaming torches ; 

Ml between, €M I: bor- 
der of dots. 



TOMCITH N 

border of dots. 



Lion r. : 



TOM€l TUN Head of 
bearded Herakles 1., wearing 
lion's skin : border of dots. 

Same inscr. Bunch of grapes : 
same border. 



Imperial Coinage. 

Trajanus. 

KAICN€POVATPAIANW Bust of Trajan r., laur., 
wearing cuirass and paludamentnm. 

^^' T9 ^ Trophy on base, composed of helmet, 
U) N shields, cuirass, and greaves. 



Hadrianus. 

KAICTPAI AAPIANOC Head of Hadrian r., bare. 

^v- TOM I Nike 1., standing on globe, holding wreath 
TilN and palm ; at her feet, eagle 1., holding in 

beak wreath. 



Marcus Aurelius. 

BHPW KAICAPI Head of young Marcus Aurelius r., 
bare. 



Rev. 



TOM I TflN Dionysos^ wearing short chiton and 
cothurni, standing 1. ; he holds kantharos and thyrsos 
bound with fillet; at his feet, panther 1., looking up. 



56 



MOBSU UIFBBIOB. 



No. 



! MetaL 
I Sue. 



Obrene — Serene. 



I 



12 M 7 KAICAPI BHPfi Bust of young Marcos Aurelias 1., head 
j bare, shonlderB draped. 

Rev. TOM€ ITAN Similar figure of Dionjsos ; at his feet, 
altar. 

13^1- AVT-KMAVP ANTXINCINOC Head of Marcus Aurelins 
r., bearded, laur. 

Rev. MHTPO nn ONTOV-TOMCn C Zeus, draped, 
seated 1. on throne ; he holds on r. eagle with spread 
wings ; in 1. long sceptre ; in field 1., P. 



14 



15 



16 



17 



18 



M -85 



M -9 



Lucilla. 

AOVKIAAA C€ BACT Bust of Lucilla r., shoulders draped. 

Rev. MHTPOnnONTpVTOMC XIC Pallas 1., armed; 
she holds or) r. Nike, who extends to her a wreath ; in 1. 
spear, against which rests shield. 

Commodus. 

AVT-K'A-AVP KOMOAOC Bust of young Commodus r., 
laur., wearing cuirass and paludamentum. 

Rev. MHTPOnnON TOVTM6X1C («V.) Asklepios facing, 
head 1.; under r. arm, staff, up which twines serpent; 
in field r., B . 

^lOSAVTKAAIA AVPKOMOAOC Bust of Commodus r., 

bearded, laur., wearing cuirass and paludamentum. 

Rev. MHTPOnnONT O VTOM6X1C Artemis advanc 
ing r., holding in extended 1. bow, and with r. drawing 
an arrow from her quiver ; in field r., A. 

M 85 AVTKAAIAVP KOMOAOC Similar. 

Rev. MHTPOnONT OVTOM€i2< Similar type to no. 
15 ; in field r., B . 

Septimius Severus. 

M -85 AVKAC€nTI C€VHPOCn Head of Septimius Severus 

r., laur. • 

Rev. MHTPOnnON TOVTOM€XlC Similar type: in 
field 1., B . 



TOMI. 



57 



No. 




Obvene — Bevcrae. 



19 



20 



21 



22 



23 



24 



M -85 



M 7 



iE105 



^106 



iBll 



^106 



25 



26 



^105 



^1 



AYKNC€nTI C€YHPOCnE (sic) Similar. 

Rev. MHTPOnONT OYTOMCnC Fortuna 1., holding 
radder and oomucopiae ; in field 1., B • 

Garacalla. 

AVKM'AV ANTXININOC Bast of young CaracaUa r., laur., 
wearing cnirass and palndamentnm. 

Rev. TOM €X1C Thanatos, winged, naked, leaning r. on 
inverted torch, which rests on altar. 

AVTKMAVP ANTONCINOC Bust of CaracaUa, bearded, 
r., laur., wearing cuirass and paJudamentum. 

Rev. MHTPOnnO NTOVTOM€nC Aequitas 1., wear- 
ing modius ; holding scales and cornucopiae ; in field r., 

A. 

AVKMAVP ANTONINOC Head of CaracaUa r., radiate. 

Rev. MHTPOnnON TOVTOMCIl N (#k?.) Roma or 
Pallas seated 1., armed, holding Nike and spear ; in field 
1., A. 

AVKMAVP ANTONIN O C Similar. 

Rev. MHTPOnnO NT-TOM CXIC The Emperor r., on 
horseback; behind, A . 



ANTIININOC 



Head of CaracaUa r., 



AVKMAV- 

radiate. 

Rev. MHTPirn ONT'TOM€n< (sie.) Military figure 
facing, wearing helmet and cuirass ; head turned to r. ; 
he holds spear and rests on shield ; in field 1., A . 

Similar. 

Rev. MHTP on no NTTO Two military standards, 

M£QC between which, gar- 
landed altar ; on it, an eagle with spread wings r., head 
1.; in field 1., A . 

Plautilla. 

♦OVABI A- riAAVTIAAACC Bust of PlautUla r., draped. 

Rev. MHTPOnO NTTOM€XK The Tyche of Tomi L, 
wearing modius; holding sceptre and cornucopiae; be- 
neath her 1. foot issues water-god, his head surmounted 
by crab's claws ; in field 1., A . 

I 



UOESIA IKFERIOR. 



Geta. 

AK-n-C€n -rCTAC- Bnstof youog Getar., laur., wearing 

cnirass and palndamentam. 
Bev. MHTPOnON TOMCiM Two militwy standards, 
between which, garlanded altar; on ^it an e^le witL 
Bpread wings 1., holding wreatSi in npturned beak; in ex., 

A . 

C€ rCTAC Bnat of young Geta r., head bare, wearing 
cuirasa and paludamentnm. 
EUt. T0M€ TH Bunch of grapes with tendrils. 

AV'K-n-Cen TCTAC Head of Ceta r., bearded, lanr. 

Rev. MHTPOn-nO NT-TOMenC Hygieia r., feeding 
serpent from patera ; iu field 1., A . 

AV'K*n ■ C€ nT€TAC Head of Geta r., bearded, lanr. 
Rev. MHTPOn nONT-TO 
M€ilC 

r. extended, in 1. Eceptre ; in pediment of temple, t 



n-Cen TITCTAC • Bust of Geta r., bearded, laur., 
ng caii'ass and palad amentum. 

^H TPO- nON-TOM€ Persephone standing 1 , 

■ il ( ' holding in r. ears 

of corn with poppy-liead, and in 1. long torch ; in field I., 
A . 



AVTKnccn- reTACAv 



Similar. 



HTPOnnO NTOVTOMCnC Nemesis 1., wear. 

ing stepbane; holding scales and short sceptre; at herj 
feet, wheel ; in field r., ^ . [ 



Tom. 



59 



No. 




Obyerae — Revene. 



33 



M 85 



34 



M '75 



35 



iEll 



36 



^105 



37 



^105 



AVKnC€ nr€TAC Head of Geta r., bearded, laur. 

Rev. MHTPOn ONTOMCnC Aflklepioa facing, head L, 
holding in 1. staflT, up which serpent twines ; in field r., B . 



Similar. 

Rev. TOM €XM 
a^s. 



Bast of Pallas r., wearing helmet and 



38 



^ -8 



39 



^11 



40 



^11 



Elagabalos. 

AVT MAVP ANTXl NOC Bust of Elagaba- 

las r., laar., wearing coirass. 

Rev. MHT nnON TOVTOMEnC Hermes 1., 

holding parse and cadaceos ; over 1. arm, chlamjs ; at his 
feet, cock? L; in field r., A • 

AVTKMAVP ANTnNEINOC Similar, with palada- 

mentom. 

Uev. MHTPOnON TOVTOMEllC Fortana 1, wearing 
modias ; she holds radder, which rests ou globe, and cor- 
nacopiae ; in field r., A . 

AVTOKAICMAVPA NT(0N€INOC Similar. 

Rev. MHTPOnn O NT OVTOM6 Artemis, clad in 

XIC short chiton, 

rnnning r. ; holding in 1. bow ; with r. drawing an arrow 
from her qniver ; in field 1., A . 

•M'AVP ANTIININO C Similar. 

Rev. MHTPOnO N TOVTOME Pallas or Roma, 

. il C seated 1. on 

throne, wearing helmet; she holds in r. Nike 1.; in 1. 
spear ; shield rests against throne ; in field r., B . 

Severns Alexander. 

AVTKMAVPCEVHP AAEZANAPOC Head of Severus 
Alexander r., lanr. 

Rev. MHTPOnONTO VHTOMEnC Zeas seated 1., holding 
patera and long sceptre ; in ex., A , 

AVTKMAVPCEV AAEZANAPOC Similar. 

Rev. MHTPOnO NTOVTOME Hygieia r., feeding ser- 

HC pent from patera ; in 

field 1., A . 



MOESIA INPBRIOR. 



Obrane — ReTei^. 



Similar. 

Rev. MHTPOnnONT OV-TOME ilC The Emperor 

r. on horseback in military coetnine; r. raised; id 1., 

Bpear; in es., A . 

Same inscr. Bast of Sevems Alexander r., laar., wearing cuirass 

and palndamentnni. 
Rev. MHTPOnONTOVTOMEHC Serpent with lion's 
head (Chnophis ?) coiled ronnd egg ; in 6eld 1., A . 



Maziminns. 

AVTMAIIMEINOCEVCEBAVr Bast of Maiiminus r., lanr., 
wearing cnirass and palndamentum. 

Rev. MH nON T OVTOME Zens seated 1.; he 

HC holds patera and 

long sceptre ; at his feet, eagle 1.; in field 1., A . 



TO VTOMEilC Sarapisl.,v 

. raised; in 1. he holds long sceptre 



Similar. 

, MHTPOn 

ing modins; 
field I., A . 

Similar. 

Rev. MHTPOnONTO VTOMEflC Nemesis, winged, 

facing, head turned to 1. ; holds short sceptre and lomm ; 

behind her, wheel ; in field r., A . 

AVTMAIlMEINOCEVCEBltyT Similar. 

Rev. MH TPOnON The Emperor? in a chariot drawn 

TOVTOME by an ox 1.; his r. hand is ex- 

IlE tended ; the ox is led by a female 

fignre, (Nike ?) who holds a trophy over her shoulder ; 

above ox, A . 



TOMT. 



61 



% 




47 



48 



49 



Maximns. 

^lOSriOVAOVHPMAIIMOCKAIC Bust of MaximuB r., head 
bare, wearing cuirasH and paludamentum. 

Rev. MHTPOnONTO VTOMEfT Eagle 1., wings 
spread, looking r. ; in beak, wreath ; in field r., A . 

^105 Similar. 

Rev. MHTPOnO NTOMErr The Tyche of Tomi, 

wearing modins, standing r. ; holding long sceptre and 
comncopiae ; under her 1. foot, naked ithyphallic water- 
god with crab's claws on his head, reclining 1., holding 
rudder ? in field 1., A . 

M 7 OVHPMAIIMOCKAIC* Head of Maximus r., bare. 

Rev. MHTP TOMEfE Pallas 1., holding in r. 

Nike r. ; in 1. shield ; on either side, A C . 



50 



^106 



51 



^r 



52 



MVOb 



Gordianus Pius. 

AVT'K'M'ANT TOPAIA Bust of Gordianus Pius r., 
laur., wearing cuirass and paludamentum. 

Rev. MHTPOnO NTOVnTOMEfE Herakles, bearded, 
r., head turned to 1. ; holds in r. club, which rests on the 
ground; in 1. apples; over 1. shoulder, lion's skin; in 
field 1., A . 

AVTKMANTH rOPAIANCC Similar. 

Rev. NHTPpnOI TOVTOMEfE The Tyche of Tomi, 
wearing modius, standing 1. ; holding sceptre and comnco- 
piae; from beneath her feet issues to r. water-god, his 
head surmounted by crab's claws and one arm extended ; 
in field r., A . 
•*» 

AVTKMANT rOPAIANOCAV" Similar. 

Rev. MHTPOnO N TOVTO Sarapis seated 1. on 

3113 M throne; holding in 

1. sceptre ; r. extended ; at his feet, Kerberos 1. ; in field 
1., A. 



Obreise- EeTerse. 



Similar ; aegis worn over 



AVTKMANTr OPAIAN 

cniraaB. 

Rev. MHTPOnON TOVTOM Kybele seated 1., hold- 

EflC ing in r. pat«ra; 1. 

reata on tympaaon ; od either side of £er, lion 1. ; in field 
1., A . 

AVTKMANTr OPAIANOCAV Similar. 

Eev. MHTPOnON T OVTOMEH Demeter staudiog 

C 1., holding e 

of com and long aceptre ; in field 1., A . 

Similar. 

Rev. W<TPOnON" OV Triptolemos v., wearing chlamys, 

TOMEX2C standing in chariot drawn by 

two winged anakea ; in ex., A . 

Similar. 

Rev. MHTPOnO NTOVTOMErr Tfemeaia 1., holding 
short sceptre and lornm ; beside her, wheel ; in field 1., A . 



Similar. 

Rev. MHTPO n 

ONTOVTO 

MEnc 

mounted by stars; holding 
field 1., A 



Two male fignres, naked to waist, re- 
clining I., beardless, having short 
homa above tbeir foreheads, sur- 
iteras or shells ; ii 



AVTKMANTrOPAIANOCAVr 

laur.; in field 1., A? 



Head of Gordianns Pios r 



MHTPOn ON TO VTOMEXIC Nike ad- 
vancing 1., holding wreath taid palm ; in field 1., 1 ■ 



TOMI. 



63 




59 



Mil 



60 



iE105 



Oordianns Pins and Tranqnillina. 

AVTKM ANTON IOC TOPAIANOC Bnsts, face to face, 

[C]AB4N I AT AN of Gordianns Pins 

KVAIN r., lanr., wearing 

cnirass and paludamentum, and of Tranqaillina 1., draped, wear- 
ing stepbane. 

Bev. MHTPOnONT OVTOM Zens, seated 1. on 

EflC thron e, holdi ng pa- 

tera and sceptre ; at his feet, eagle 1. with spread wings ; 



in field r., 



c- 



61 



^105 



.Ell 



AVTKMANTONIOCrOPAIA 
CABINIATPA 
KVAIN A 

Rev. MHTPOnO NTOVTOM 

EXIC 

M ANXrOPAl ANOC AVf 
TPANKVA 
A€INA 



Similar. 



Similar typo, no eagle ; 
in field r., A • 



Similar. 



Rev. MHTPOnON T OVTOM € Similar. 



63 



^1-06 



AVTKM ANTilN lOCfOPAl ANOC 
CABINIATAN 
KVAIN A 



Similar. 



Rev. MHTPOnONT OVTOM€nC Pallas standing 

1., holding shield and spear ; in field 1., A • 



AVTKMANTrOPAIANOCAVr- C€ 
TPANKVA 
A€INA 



Similar. 



64 



iE105 



Rev. MHTPOn O NTOVTOMEfT Sarapis 1., wear- 

ing modius ; r. hand raised ; in L, long sceptre ; on either 
side, A C . 

Similar. 

Rev. MHTPOnON TOVTOMCnC Nemesis 1., holding 
scales and sceptre ; at her feet, wheel ; in field r., l^ . 



64 



MOESIA INFBBIOB. 



No. 



Metal. 

Size. 



Obrera^ — Reverse. 



65 



66 



67 



68 



iE105 



^ -95 



Mil 



Ml Ob 



Philippns Senior. 

AVTMIOVAI; ♦lAinnOCAVf. Bust of PhiUppus Sen. 
r., laar., weamig cuirass and paludamentum. 

Rev. MHTPOnONT OVTOMEfT Concordia 1., holding 
patera and comucopiae ; in field 1., A . 



Otacilia Severa. 



Bust of Otacilia r., draped, 



MWTAKC€ BHPAC€BAC 

wearing stephane. 

Rev. MHTPOn no NT OVTOM€ C Nike facing, 
head 1., holding wreath and palm ; in field r., f . 



Philippns Junior. 

MIOVAIOC<MAinnOC Busts, face to face, of young PhUip- 
KAICAP pus r., wearing cuirass and paluda- 

mentum, and of Sarapis 1., draped, wearing modi us. 

Rev. MHTPOnnON TOVTOMEnC Apollo, naked, 
facing, head turned to r. ; his r. hand rests on his head ; 
his 1. elbow on a pillar, up which a snake twines ; in 1. 
hand, branch. 

Similar. 

Rev. MHTPOnONT OVTOME Kybele seated 1., 

ilC wearing turreted 

crown ; she holds in r. patera ; under 1. elbow, tympanon ; 
on either side, lion 1. 



THRACE. 



No. 


Wt. 


Mel&l. 


Obrene. I Keverae. 








! 

ABDEEA. 








SILVER, 








Period I. after aire. B.C. 500. 








Asiatic Standard. 


1 
2 


411-5 
224- 


AIM 
All- 


Griffio, with ronnded wings, i Shallow incaKe sqoare, divided 

1., farther fore-leg raised; baade. 
in front, <| (?l ?) 


Griffin, with rounded wing, | Shallow qnadripartite incase 
seated 1., farther fore-leg square, 
mised ; above, H P A K ; 
in front, locust r. : border 
of dots. 








[Jfbfa.— The feathere in the griffin'a wings are indicated on the 
coins, eicept when the contrary is stated.] 


3 


228-5 


Jil-05 


Similar type ; in front, 

meiaI. 


Similar. 


4, 


230-5 


aii-05 


Similar type ; above, 
« /A OP; in front. 


SimiUr. 








dancing satyr. 








, f^nu\ 








1 


-s/ 



66 



THRACE. 




6 



228-5 



229-6 



illl05 



MVOb 



8 



10 



231-1 



230-5 



53-4 



52-8 



11 52-8 Al -65 



12 



13 



14 



16 



16 



17 



iRll 



3X11 



M -65 



Ai 6 



49-1 



50- 



10-5 



8-1 



7-6 
9-2 



Al -65 



Al -7 



Al -35 



Ai -4 



M -35 



M -35 



Similar; t MOP . 



Similar type ; in front, 
♦ITTAAO : border of 
dots within plain border. 

Griffin, with pointed wing, 
rearing 1. ; beneath^ ^VAA : 
border of dots. 

E PI 

Similar; around, ■ a > be- 
neath griffin, kylix. 



Similar. 



Similar. 



Similar. 



Similai- 



Griffin, with rounded wing, 
seated 1., farther fore-leg 
raised ; in front, ANT : 
border of dots. 

Similar; in front, HPO . 

Similar type, feathers of wing 
not indicated ; around, 
A E O : border of dots. 

Similar; behind, AEO . 

Similar type; in front, H PH . 



Similar. 



Similar. 



Similar. 



Similar. 



Similar. 



Griffin, with rounded wing, 
seated 1., farther fore-leg 
raised. 

Similar. 

Similar. 

Similar ; feathers of wing not 
indicated. 

Similar. 



Quadripartite incuse square. 



Similar. 

Similar. (Mill-sail pattern.) 

Similar. 

Similar. 



••^ »■•■ '^. 



Period II. before b.c. *X'- 
(a) Afflktic SUndaid. 



Griffin, with roanded wing. ABAHPITEflA^ 

seated 1. on tanny-fisb, ftir- tu-onnd the sides of & shallow I 

iberfore-l(^ raised; aroond, incnae square, within which, ' 

KA A AIA AAAA i : a qnadripartit« sqmuv, : 

border of dots. slightly raised. , 



J ail- 
3 ail 15 




Similar; KA AA lAA 
AAA? . 

GrifBn, with ronnded wing, 
seated 1., farther fore-leg 
raised; in ftvnt, cock 1.: 
border of dots. 

Similar; in front, kantharos. 



Similar ; in front, scarab down- 
wards, dragging ball after it. 



Similar, 

EPH PO AOTO Similar. 



EPIiMOPAOTOPMO 

KAA Similar. 



Eni*ITTAAO Similar. 




7 M\25 

7 Ati-o; 



Griffin, with pointed wing, rear- 
ing!.; beneath, pomegranate 
on stalk : border of dots. 



EPIMEfTIO? Similar. 



Stime. (Same die.) 
Similar; beneath, craj-fish r 



Griffin, with pointed wing,rear- 
-g 1. Style freer. 





E^I^E^^O? same type. 

EPIMOAPAAO? npon a 
slightly raised band within 
a fallow incQBe square, en- 
closing a young male head, 1. 




MEAANrnno? witwn 

cuae sqnare, in the centre of 
which a linear aqnare, 
closing head of Pallas 
wearing created Athenian 
helmet bonnd with olive- 
wreath. 




KrKO«T[P]ATO« S 

lar; linear sqaare encloses 
warrior armed with shield 
and Bpear and wearing 
pilos, chai^ng r. 



O) A^netic Standard. 

[A]rH?ANOPO« wi 
incase Rquare, in the centre 
of which a linear aqnare, ei 
cloBing ;onng male head 1. 

EPIM YPiO Young 
male figure, naked, facing, 
head 1. ; holding in r. pa- 
tera ; hia 1. raised ; the 
whole in shallow incaee 
square. 



5 ABAHPI 

of dote. 



Similar : border 



PAPMEMilM on raised 
bond, within incuse aqaare 
in the centre, a linear square 
eDCloBingabncraninm bound 
with fillet. 



PY Onr* Tripod 

with three handles; above 
each handle, a point of metal 
work, and from point to 
point, a wreath sb^tched ; 
the whole in shallow inonse 
square. 





K. 


Wt. 


HeUL 
Si.. 


Obverae. 


EeTe™. 


33 


196-7 


M -95 


Griffin, with ronnded wings, 
feathera not indicated, seated 
1., farther fore-leg msed ; 
plain border. 


EYA rriH Prize am. 
phora on stand ; the whole 
in linear Bqnare within shal- 
low incase square. 


34 


186-3 


M -9& 




KAEAM Bull, butting r„ 
TIAHS horns boand 
with fillet; the whole withia 
a shallow incuse square. 








© 


35 


193-2 


M 9 


ABAHPITEnN Similar 
typo. 


EPIMOA PArOPECm 

Dancing girl 1., wearing 

short chiton, and carrying 
on her head basket, which 
she supports with her r. 
hand ; her 1. resting on her 
waist ; the whole in shallow 








1 incase square. 

1 1 ' 


36 


971 


m, -75 


ABAH PIT EnN Griffin, 

with pointed wings, seated 
1.; farther fore-leg raised. 


EPOPXAMO withiQ incuse 
square, in the centre of 
which a linear square en- 
closing a lion walking r. 


37 


89-9 


Rl -7 


Similar 


Similar. 







ABDERA. 



71 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal. 
Size. 



Obverse. 



Reyene. 



38 



41-5 



39 



43-8 



40 



41 



43-5 



407 



m. -6 



M .6 



GriflGLn, with rounded wings, 
feathers not indicated, seated 
1., farther fore-leg raised. 



Griffin, with pointed wings, 
rearing 1. : border of dots. 



M -6 



51 55 



42 



43 



38-5 



M 6 



40-9 



44 
45 



46 



357 



38-8 



M 7 



M -6 

plated 

M -6 



47 



48 



411 



Similar. 

Griffin, with pointed wings, 
rearing 1., his hind-legs rest- 
ing on a capital of the Ionic 
order. 

Griffin, with pointed wing, 
rearing 1. : border of dots. 



Similar. 



M -65 



Similar. 



ABA Similar type. 



Similar. 



38-9 



41- 



M -6 



A\ -6 



Similar ; griffin rearing from 
Ionic capital. 

Similar. 



KAE Ah"TIAH^ BuU's 

head towards r., horns bound 
with fillet ; the whole in in- 
cuse square. 

ANAZIAIKO^: within in. 
cnse square, in the centre of 
which a linear square, en- 
closing goat*s head 1. 

Similar ; central square dotted. 

n HPp^ANEt. Si- 

milar ; within linear square, 
head of Hermes 1., wearing 
petasos ; in front, cadoceus. 

MOAPArOPH? Simi- 

lar; within linear square, 
young Dionysiac head 1. ; 
hair long and bound with 
ivy. 

[N]YM*Aro[PH^] Si- 

milar ; within dotted square, 
dolphin 1. 

Same inscr. Similar. 

EniPPXlTEn Similar; 

within linear square, three 
stalks of barley. 

Eri<l>IAAIO Hermes 1., 
wearing petasos and 
chlamys ; in r., caduceus, 1. 
arm extended ; in front, 
astragalos ; the whole in 
incuse square. 

Similar. 



AOH Stag 1. ; the whole in 
NH^ incuse square. 



M '5 jOriffin, vritb pointed wings, 
seated 1., farther fore-leg 

Ai "5 Similar. 

Ai '5 Similar grifGn, rearing 1. 

^ '5 Similar. 



Similar. 

HA8A Similar. 



ppnx H 



Period III. eire. b.c. 400-350. 
Persian Standard. 
Griffin, with 



PAYiANin pointed wing, 
recnmbent 1., &rther fore- 



[l]KESIoY ^'""'8' *yp«- 



ABAHP[1] TEilN Head 
of Apollo laur., r., within 
fihallow incase square. 



ABAHPI TEflN 

of Apollo laur., r. 



Eni*A Griffin, with 
NEA pointed wing, 

rearing 1. 



[Eni] Similar type: 

YOAA3XL<IA] plain border. 

EPI Griffin, with 

riAYSANIil pointed wing, 
recumbent 1., farther fore- 
leg raised : plain border. 

EPI X API O Griffin, Similar 

with pointed wings, ] 
ing 1. 



ABAHPtTEnN written 
round a linear aqnare, within 
which bead of Apollo r. 

Similar. 

Similar, 



ABDERA. 



73 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal. 
Size. 



Obverse. 



Beyerse. 



f 



i 



59 



25- 



M -6 



60 



25- 



F 



M -6 



61 



148*3 



62 



63 



166-2 



161-2 



64 |i52-6 



► I 



M -9 



HPA Griffin, with pointed 
wing, recumbent 1., on club 

A. 



MHNO Similar type ; 

above, star. 



ABA HPI TE UN written 

round linear square, within 
which, head of Apollo r., 
laur. 

Similar. 



M -9 



M -9 



M -9 



i66 



166-7 



66 



67 
68 



69 



1661 



148-2 



166-6 



1671 



^106 



ABAH Griffin, with 

PITEXIN pointed wing, re- 
cnmbent 1., farther fore-leg 
raised. 

Similar. 



Similar. 



Head of Apollo r., lanr. 



Similar. 



Similar : border of dots. 



M -9 



M -9 



Same inscr. and similar type r. 



Similar. 



M -9 Similar. 



M -96 



70 



37-2 



M -66 



Similar. 



EPIAION Y^AAO^ Si- 
milar. 

EPIEYPH Q. ., 

(IPPOY ^™^*^- 

EPiinnn nakto^ si- 

milar type ; beneath, scallop 
1. 

PYOOAnPOY Simi. 

lar type ; beneath, kan- 
tharos. 

EniAH MHTPI[OY] 

Similar type. 

Similar. 

EHIAIO NY^AAO? Si- 
milar. 

EHIAIO ♦ANTOY Si- 
milar. 



ABA[H] Griffin, with 

PITEQN pointed wing, 

recumbent 1., farther fore- 
leg raised. 



EPIAir written round 

linear square, within which, 
head of Apollo r., laur. 



74 



THBACB. 



No. Wt. 



71 



376 



72 37-3 



Metal. 

Size. 



M -66 



M -6 



Obrene. 



Reyerse. 



ABAHP Similar type : 
I T E n N border of dots. 



73 i 37- JR -65 



74 ' 371 



76 



76 



77 



78 



79 



39-6 



391 



39- 



36-6 



JR -6 



M -6 



M -6 



M -6 



M -66 



ABAH 
[PJITEilN 

Similar. 
Similar. 



Similar. 



Similar. 



Similar type. 



Same inscr. GriBSn, with 
pointed wing, rearing 1. 

Similar. 



[EJPIANAZinOAlO Si- 

milar. 

EniAIONYZ[A]AOZ Si- 

milar. 
[EPIIEKATON Similar. 

EPI DM HP OY Si- 

milar. 

[EPJinOA Y4>A NTO' 

Similar. 

Enin[0]A[Y]4> ANTO Y 

Similar. 

[EPIIIPP ANA KTO[Y] 

Similar. 

EP I EYPH Linear square, 
^IPPOY within wliich, 

head of Apollo r., laur. 



c P P E K. 



Period IL (jS) 



80 



M -6 



M -66 



Contemporary with M of the Aeginetic Standard, see p. 69. 



Griffin, with pointed wing, 
rearing 1. 



Similar. 



[AB]AHPITEn[N] Head 
of Apollo r., lanr. : the 
whole in incnse circle. 

AM4>IPOA Head of 

young river-god, Strymon, 
r., with calfs horn, and 
wearing tainia. 



ABDEBA. 



76 



No. 



Wt. 



81 



82 
83 

84 



85 



86 



87 



88 



89 



90 



91 



92 



Metal. 
Size. 



Obyerse. 



Reverse. 



M -6 



M '6b 



M -6 



M -66 



Feriod III. circ. B.C. 400-350. 
Contemporary with M of the Persian Standard, see p. 72. 



M -4 



M -4 



M -4 



M -4 



M 7 



M -7 



M 75 



M -65 



Griffin, with pointed wing, 
recumbent r., on club r. ; 
above, star ; in fi^ont, ♦! ; 
beneath, EPMO « 

Similar type; beneath, EYAN. 

Similar type; beneath, MEN. 

Similar type; above, winged 
caduceus r. ; in front, El ; 
beneath, .... 

Griffin, with pointed wing, 
seated 1., farther fore-leg 
raised. 



Similar. 

Griffin, with pointed wing, 
rearing 1. : border of dots. 



Similar. 



A BAH Griffiji, with pointed 
PITI2N wings, rearing 1. ; 
border of dots. 



ABAH Griffin, with pointed 
PITjQN wing, recumbent 1. 

Head of Hermes ? r., wearing 
winged tainia ; counter- 
marked with owl : border 
of dots. 

Head of Hermes r., wearing 
petasos : border of dots. 



ABA HPI TE XIN written 
round linear square, within 
which, head of Apollo r., 
laur. 

Similar. 

Similar. 

Similar. 



EPIAIONYZAAO^ wri<^ 

ten round quadripartite li- 
near square ; within each 
quarter, a pellet. 



[E]ninAPMi 



« I 



Similar. 



[E]ni0E^ Eagle r., de- 
vouring serpent, which he 
holds in his talons. 



Q Scallop. 

E PIE PMOZ TPA TOY 

written round linear square, 
within which, head of 
Apollo r., laur, 

EPIIE PON . . . O? Si- 
milar. 

ABAH Griffin, with pointed 
PITilN wing, recumbent 1. 



EHIAlO Griffin, with pointed 
NY? A wing, seated 1., 
farther fore -leg raised ; in 
front, |9| . 



76 



Kou 



I I 



93 



M '85 



94 



M S 



Pf» 



M '05 



Iwiperial Coinage, 

Vespasianiis. 

OYECnACIAlO AYTOKPATOPI- Head of Vespaflianus 

r., laar. 

Eev. ABAHPEITAI TITO KAICAPI Head of Titus r., 
bare. 

OVECnACIANXl AVTOKPATOPI Similar type. 
Rev. ABAHPEITAI TITAKAICAPI Similar. 



Trajanus. 

AV TPA" K« C€BA Head of Trajanus r., laur. 

Rov. ABAH P€ITAI Nike standing 1., on globe, holding 

wreath and palm. 



AKKi:S. 



77 




Obverse. 



32-6 



248-9 



2507 



S -45 



^1 



AENUS. 



GOLD. 



:Penod IL cire, B.C. 400-350. 
Attic Standard? 



Head of Hermes 1., wearing 



close-fitting petasos, orna- 
mented with beads; hair 
curly. 



Al N I ON Chair or throne 1., 



with back, and arm ending 
in ram's head ; npon the 
front leg of the throne is a 
small sphinx, &cing ; stand- 
ing on the throne is an 
agidma of Hermes 1.; in 
field L, caduoens. 

(Pierced.) 





SILVEB. 



Period I. circ, 460-400. 
Attic Standard? 



Head of Hermes r,, wearing 
close-fitting petasos, orna- 
mented with beads, beneath 
back part of which is seen 
plait of hair. 



AINI Goat walking r.; in 
front, crescent enclosing 
ivy-leaf; the whole in in- 
cuse square. 



M -96 





Similar. 



Similar ; in front, terminal 
figure of Hermes standing 
on throne r., from the back 
of which hangs a wreath ; 
in front, a caducens. 



(Pierced, and plugged with lead.) 



Similar ^^pe 1. (Style some- 
what later.) 




Head of Hermes r., wearing 
close-fitting petasoB, oma- 
meated with beads; hair 
onrlj. (Style freer than 
that of the preceding coins.) 



Al/i Goat walking 1. j 
front, bipennis 1. ; the whole 
in incnse square. 



AIM Goat walking r. ; it 
front, cadncevis ; the whoh 
in incQBe square. 



Type similar to no. 2. 



I AIMI Goat r. ; in front, a 
phora ; the whole iu inci 
I square. 



AIN Similar ^ype ; in front, 
bipennis r. (Coin not safB.- 
ciently spread to show in- 
cuse square.) 

A[IN] Goat r., newer fore- 
leg raised; beneath, crab; 
the whole in incase square. 



(Style freer.) 
Similar. 



Al 'Goat r. ; in front, ivy- 
leaf; the whole in incuse 
square . 

Al/V Similartype; inlront, 
bipennis r. ; the whole in in- 
cuse square. 

AIN Similartype; no sym- 



AEKUS. 



No. 



WL 



Metal. 
Size. 



Obyene. 



BcTerse. 



12 



226- 



M -95 



13 



229-4 



M -96 



14 



16 



233-3 



232-3 



M -95 



M -95 



16 



17 



242-2 



239-6 



Period II. circ. B.C. 400-350. 
Asiatic Standard (Bhodian Weight) P 

Head of Hermes, full -face AINIO[N] Ooat 1.; in 
slightly towards 1., wearing front, dolphin r., down- 



close-fitting petasos, orna- 
mented with beada 

Similar. 



^r 



^r 



Similar. 



Similar. 



18 
19 

20 
21 

22 



233- 



238- 



230-1 



231-3 



240-4 



Similar. 



Similar. 




M -9 



Similar. 



M '95 Similar. 



M -95 



M -95 



Ml- 



Similar. 
Similar. 



Similar. 



wards ; the whole in incnse 
square. 

Same inscr. Goat r. ; in front, 
amphora ; the whole in in- 
cnse squats. 

Similar ; in front, one-handled 
vase r. 

Similar; in front, cadncens 
and wide petasos with 
strings. 

Similar; in front, pine-torch 
flaming. 

Similar ; in front, trophy. 




Similar ; in front, vine- 

AINION Goat r. ; in front, 
eagle r. 

Similar ; in front, lyre. 

Similar; in front, serpent r., 
coiled, head erect. 

Similar ; in front, tripod. 



80 



THRAC£. 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal. 
Size. 



ObTene. 



Beyerse. 



23 



24 



25 



26 



27 



28 



29 



30 
31 



68-3 



60-6 



61-6 



59-2 



37-4 



16-4 



M -66 



M -66 



m. -6 



M -65 



M -55 



M -4 



M -6 



M -45 



^ -36 



Head of Hermes, three-quarter- 
face towards r., wearing wide 
petasos : border of dots. 



Al N I ON Chair or throne 1., 
with back, and arm ending 
in ram's head; npon the 
front leg of the throne is 
a sphinx 1., which supports 
the arm; standing on the 
throne is an agalma of 
Hermes 1. ; in field 1., kan- 
tharos. 





Similar. 



Similar. 



Similar. 



Similar; in field 1., goat's 
head r. 

Similar; in field 1., ear of 
com. 

Similar ; in field 1., star. 



Similar type to staters nos. 12 
seqq. 



AINION Goat r.; in front,' 
trophy ; the whole in incuse ' 
square. 



Similar. 



AINI Goat r. ; in front, un- 
certain symbol. 



C O P P E K. 

(i) Before Philip II. 
Contemporary with M of Period II., see p. 79. 

A I Caducous between 
two astragali. 



Head of Hermes r., wearing 
close-fitting petasos, orna- 
mented with beads. 

Similar. 

Similar. 



Similar. 

A I 
N I 



Caduceus. 



AEKUS. 



81 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal. 
Size. 



32 



33 



34 



35 



36 
37 

38 
39 

40 
41 



42 



43 



Obverse. 



It 



eTerse. 



M -9 



M -86 



M S 



M -65 



M -66 
M -7 



M -66 
M -76 



M -6 



M -6 



M -65 



M -8 



Head of Hermes r., wearing 
wide petasos. 



Similar head 1 



Similar. 



Head of Hermes 1., wearing 
close-fitting petasos orna- 
mented with beads, above 
which, wreath ? 

Similar head r. 

Head of Hermes r., wearing 
wide petasos. 

Similar. 

Similar. 



Similar. 



Head of Hermes 1., wearing 
wide petasos. 



A I Gadncens; in field 

N I r., stalk of bar- 

O N ley. 

Similar; in field r., bunch of 
grapes. 

Similar; in field r., ram's 
head r. 

Similar ; no symbol. 



Similar. 
AINI Goatr. 



Similar ; in front, cadncens. 

AINI Similar type ; in front, 
N pentagram. 

AINI Goatr.; in front, pine- 
torch flaming. 

AINION Goatr. 



(ii) After Alexander the Great. 



Head of Hermes 1., wearing 
wide petasos. 



AINION Hermes seated 1., 
on throne, holding parse 
and sceptre. 



(iii) Period of Roman Dominion. 



Head of Poseidon r., hair 
bound with tainia ; beneath, 



AINI I2N Hermes stand- 
ing 1., holding purse and 
caduceus ; chlamys over 1. 
arm : border of dots. 



M 



1 



82 



THRACE. 



No. 



Wt. 



u 



45 



46 



47 



Metal. 
Size. 



Obverse. 



Reverae. 



M -85 



M -0 



Similar : border of dots. 



Similar. 



M -85 



^1- 



Similar; no monogram. 



Similar; at feet of Hermes, 
on either side, a goat or ram : 
border of dots. 

AIN IAN Hermes stand- 
ing 1., holding purse and 
cadacens; chlamys over 1. 
arm ; in front, a lighted 
altar : border of dots. 

AIN I UN Hermes stand- 
ing 1., holding patera over 
lighted altar, and cadacens; 
chlamys over 1. arm : border 
of dots. 



Similar ; beneath, counter- AIN I Hermes standing 1., 



ma 



^k ^ . 



U)N wearing winged 

talaria, and holding caduceus 
in r. ; chlamys over 1. arm. 



ANGUIALUS. 



88 



No. 



Wt. 



5 



Metal. 
Size. 



Obrerse. 



Reverse. 



M -6 



M -85 



MV 



Mil 



^11 



ANCHIALUS. 



COPPER. 



Period of Roman Dominion, 



ANXI AAOC Bust of 
Anchialos r., wearing tainia 
and chlamys : border of 
dots. 



ANXIA AEAN Asklepios, 
facing, head 1., leaning on 
staff around which serpent 
twines : border of dots. 



Imperial Coinage. 



Antoninus Pius. 



anth 



r., laur. 



Head of Antoninus Pius 



Rev. 



OVAriArX IAA£nN Artemis running r., look- 
ing back, carrying strung bow ; her r. hand raised 
to take an arrow from the quiver at her shoulder. 



Commodus. 

AYK- A- AY KOMOAOC Bust of Commodus r., wear- 

ing cuirass and paludamentum ; head bare. 

E/Cv. ArXIA A€X1N Apollo Kitharoedos, naked, seated 
r., on rock. 

Sept. Severus. 

AV KACeriT C€VH POC Bust of Severus r., laur., wear- 
ing cuirass and paludamentum. 

Rev. OVAniANnN AFXIAAEHN Aequifcas 1., wear- 
ing modius ; she holds scales and cornucopiae. 

Similar. 

Rev. Same inscr. Concordia 1., wearing modius ; she holds 
patera and cornucopiae. 



n 



84 



THttACfi. 




iEll 



^11 



8 



Ml'Ob 



Ml Ob 



10 



2E105 



11 



^1-05 



Same inscr. Head of Sevenis r., laur. 

Rev. OVAniANnNAr X IAA€nN Demeter standing 1., 
veiled ; r. raised ; 1. holding flaming torch, in front of 
conical wicker basket pointed at both ends, around which 
is a coiled serpent ; between Demeter and basket, A . 



AVKAC€n C6VHPOC Bust of Severus r., laur., wearing 
cuirass. 

Rev. NXIN ArXI AA€f2N Eagle, with spread wings, 

facing, head 1., on thunderbolt; he holds wreath in beak. 

AVKACeriT C6VHPOC Bust of Severus r., laur., wearing 
cuirass and paludamentum. 

Rev. OVA niA NflNArXIAA Hermes, naked, seated 1. 

EUN on rocks ; he wears wide 

petasos, and holds in r. winged caducous. 

AVTACEHTI CEVHPOC HEP Bust of Severus r., laur., 
wearing cuirass and paludamentum. 

Rev. OYAniANUN ArXIAAE Serpent, coiled, with fish's 

ilN tail and lion's head ; 

head erect r., surrounded by a nimbus of rays. 

AVKACCriT C6VHPOC Bust of Severus r., laur., wearing 
cuirass and paludamentum. 

Rev. OYAPI I ANil N AFXI AAE Table, upon which agonistic 

XIN urn containing palm ; 

w 1 f.w C€BHPIA 

between legs of table, Ny|i|4^|/^ • 



Caracalla. 

AVTMAPHAI ANTnNEINOC(«/c) Head of Caracalla r., 
laur. 

Rev. OVAniA NflN ArXIAAE Gate of city, having two 

fiN towers, between which, 

above the portal, is a statue beneath an arch : border of 
dots. 



ANCHIALUS. 



85 




12 



M -9 



AVKM AV NTIIN I NOC Bust of CaracaUa r., laur., wearing 
cuirass. 



Rev. OVAniANHNA 

EAN 



Ghkte of city, flanked by two 
towers. 





13 



^105 



AVTMAVPHA ANTflNEINO . Bust of Caracalla r., laur., 
wearing cuirass and paludamentum. 

Rev. OVAniAN XlNArXIA Table, upon which two ago- 

AEX^N nistic urns, each containing 

C€BHPIA 

a palm ; between legs of table, mv/mai a • border of dots. 



U M -6 



Geta. 

nCEflTI FETACK Bust of Geta r., bare-headed, wearing 
cuirass and paludamentum. 

Rev. ' rXt AAEQN Nemesis standing 1., holding scales and 
short st-aff. 



16 



Ml 



16 



M -95 



Maziminus I. 

AVTMAXII£I NOCEVCEBH: 

laur. 



Head of Maximinus r., 



Rev. ArXIA AEAN Hermes, naked, seated 1. on rocks, wear- 
ing petasos and holding caduceus. 

AVTMAHI^I NOCEVCEBtt>vr Similar. 

Rev. APXIAAEW .Three nymphs, clad in long chitons, each 
N holding a small vase : plain border. 



Obvetw— Bererw. 

AVTMASIKEI NOCEVCEBtCA- Bust of MttiiminnB r., 
laar., wearing cniraaa and paladamentum. 

Rev. OVAniANRilAr Triptolemoa in car drawn by two 
XIAAEM<I winged serpents r. ; bis r. ami 

raised. 



AVTMAZIfc£l NOCEVCEBK^T Similar. 

Eev. OVAn IAN HNArXIAAE Female figure standing 

XIN 1., wearing modins ; 

Rhe holds patera and sceptre. 



GordiB.na8 Pine. 

AVT-K'M'ANTrOPAIANOCAVr Bnat of Gordianns r 
laar., wearing cnirasB and paladamentum. 

Rev, OVA niANH NAP Xt Heraklea r., clad in lion* 

AAEOI skin, seizing the Cretan 

bnll by the horn with r. band. 



Bust of Gordiaaas i 



AVTKMANTrOPAIANO 

radiate, wearing pain damen turn. 

Rey. OVAniANn NAPXIAAEOJ Gordianns, facing, head 
r., laur. ; be wears cnirass and palndamentnm, and holds 
in r. spear, and in 1. parazoninm; in field 1., E. 



Oordianus Pius and TranqnilUna. 

AVTKMArrrOPAtANOC AVCAB Busts, facing each 
TPANCVAAI other, of Gordianns 

NA r., lanr, wearing 

lirafis and palndamentnm, and of Tranquillina 1,, draped. 

Rev. OVAniANilNAr XIAAEflN Eagle, with spread 
wings, on thnnderboU, holding wreath in beak. 



APOLLONIA. 



87 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal. 
Size. 



Obyerse. 



Beyerae. 



4 



241 



JR -66 



•22-4 



22-3 



M -55 



Lion's scalp. 



Similar. 



Al -5 



37 



34 



m. -26 



M -25 



Similar. 



Similar. 



Similar. 



M -6 



M -55 



APOLLONIA. 

s I L y £ u. 

Circ. B.C. 450. 

Asiatic Standard. 



AP OA in the fonr quar- 
ters of a shallow incase 
square. 

Same. 





Same. 



Shallow incuse square con- 
taining ornament. 





Shallow incuse square divided 
into quarters, the alternate 
ones containing each a 
pellet. 





Head of Pallas r., wearing 
crested Corinthian helmet. 

Head of Apollo r., laur. 



BISANTHE. 

C O P P E B. 

After Alexander the Great. 

B I Owl r. 



B I^AN Tripod with three 
OH NAN handles, above 
each of which is a point of 
metal-work. 



Head of yonng Dionysos r,, 
bound with ivy - wreath : 
border of dots. 



Similar. 



Period of Soman Dominion. 

BIZ V HNnN 

1., wearing dlaeoma, 
carryiag kantharos 



BISV HNnN Similar. 



Imperial Coinage. 
Hadriatias. 

• • • OTPAIANOCAA PI A CEB Bust of 

Hadnanus r., lanr., wearing cuirass and paladamentum, 
Bev. EniMAINETI n PECB KAtAN Gate, flanked 
BIZYHN by two 

ilN towers, sur- 

mounted }yy a figure in last qnadriga r. 

Antoninae Pins. 

AVTKAITAAAPI AMTilMIMOC Head of Antoninus 

Pins r., lanr. 

Bev. BISV HNHN Bearded figore, clad in short 
chiton P standing 1., holding patera ? and sceptre. 

Sept. Severn e. 

AVKACEH CEVHPOCn Bnst of Severua r., lanr.^ 

wearing cuirass and paladamentum. 
Rev. BIZ VH Nti)N Caracalla and Geta, each lanr., 

and clad in toga, face to face, their r. hands clasped, 

and holding each a scroll in bis I. 



Obreree — ReTsise. 



Getn. 

AVTKPAnC €nr€TAC€B («c.) BoHt of Geta r., laar., 

earing cnirtiAS and paludameutuni. 
Rev. BIZV HNilN Roma, facing, head r., wearing crested 
Corinthian helmet, cniraaa, and palndamentam ; holding 
spear and parazoniam. 



MAVPHAANTil NINOCKAICAP Bust of Caracalla, 

bare-headed, r., weariog cuirass, palndamentuni, and aegis. 
Rev. BIZVH NION Bnll walking r. 




♦lAinnOCAVr Bust of Philippns r., lanr. 

s and paladamentam. 



Philippua Senior. 

AVTMIOVA 

wearing cnirj 

Rev. BIZVHN Apollo, naked, facing, looking 1,, holding la.urel- 
ilN branch in r. hand, standing between Askli 

pioa r., holding staff around which serpent is entwined, 
and Hygieia, facing, looking 1., and holding serpent, which 
feeds from a patera held in her 1. hand. Beneath the 
extended arms of Apollo are Telesphoroa on the 1. and 
egg on the r. with serpent twined round it. In the field, 
above, are two statues on bases, Fortnna r., holding 
rudder and comucopiae, and Zens 1., hurling thnnder- 
bolt to the right. 



AVTKMIOVA ♦lAinnocAvr 

wearing cuirass and p&ludamenhim. 



Bust of Philippns r., lanr. 



B«T. Bl 2rVH NHN Apollo, naked, facing, looking 1., anns 
extended ; in hia r. hand is a latirel-brancb, and beneati) 
hifl I. arm, egg aroand which serpent is entwined. 



AVTMIOVA ♦lAinnOCAVr Bust of Philippas r., lanr., 
wearing cairass and paladamentnm. Same die as no. 8. 

Rev. BIZVHN Asklepios reclining 1. on conch, and placing his 
ilN r. on the shoulder of Hygieia, who is seated 

on the edge of the conch, in front of him ; beneath Askle- 
pios, a tripod ; beneath Hygieia, a staff with serpent 
twined round it. On the left of the central gronp, a tree, 
on which hangs a cnirass, and beneath which stands a man 
clad in short chiton, and placing hia r. hand in amphora; 
on the right of group, the fore-part of a horse advancing 
). ; above gronp, a ronnd shield. 



AVTMIOVA+IAinnOCAVr Bnat of Philippns r., radiate, 
wearing cniraaa and palad amentum. 

Rev. BIZV HN Hera seated 1. on throne, wearing stephace 
UN and long chiton and peplos ; with her r. she 

lEses a peacock, which stands on her r. knee, and with 
1. she leans upon sceptre. 

AVTKMIOVA ♦lAinnOCAV Head of Philippns r., lanr. 

Rev. BIZ VH River-god, Agrianes ? recnmbent, 1. ; he holds 
NAN reed in r., and rests 1. on vaae from which 

water flows. 



ObTerse— B«veiu. 

AVTMIOVA ♦lAinnOCAVr Bnst of Philippna r., lanr., 
wearing cuirass and paladameDtam. Same die as no. 8. 

Bev. B I ZVH Kike r., and Philippns, ia military attire and 

NUN holding spear, 1. ; they erect a trophy, af 

the foot of which are seated two captives, femaln and 
male, the male wearing Phrygian cap, his hands bound 
behind him. 



AVTMIOVA ♦lAinnOCAVr Bnst of Philippna r, lanr. 
wearing cnirasB and palndamentum. 

Bev. BIZVH NAN Pallas 1., holding patera and spear 
behind her, a round shield. 



Philippns Junior. 

MrOVA^IAinnOCKAIC Bust of Philippus Jnnior r., bare- 
beaded, wearing palndamentum ; coDUterroark, below bust, A . 

Bev. Bl ZV HNX2N Demeter sliding 1., veiled, holding 
ears of com and loug torch. 



ObTerse — KeTene . 



BIZTA AND BTZAKTItJM. 



Philippns Senior. 

5 AVTMIOVA ♦lArnnOCAV" Bast of PMippuB r., radiate, 
weariug cuirass and paludamendnm. 

Rev. BIZVHNflN BVZANTIO* Apollo and Artemia, 

OMONOI A their r. hands clasped, 

standing, face to face, on either side of a conical wicker 
basket pointed at both ends, from the top of which bangs 
a branch ; Apollo wears chlamys over 1. shoulder, and 
holds spear ; Artemis is clad in a short chiton, and holds 
bow. 



BTZANTIUM. 



93 



No. 



Wt. 



83-8 



837 



82-9 



787 



83-5 



Metal. 
Size. 



Obverse. 



Rereree. 



M 7 



83-2 



817 



8 



81- 



68-8 



10 



M 7 



M -8 



M 7 



M -65 



M -66 



M -65 



M -65 



M 7 

plated 



56-3 M -65 

plated 



BYZANTIUM. 



SILYJSB. 



Period I. Before B.C. circ. 350. 
(a) Persian Standard. 



S^Y Bull advancing 1., on 
dolphin 1. 



Incuse square, quartered, 
(mill-sail type,) the surface 
dotted. 





Similar. 
Similar. 
Similar. 

>nY Similar; eonntermarked 
with circle, <§) . 

Similar ; same countermark. 

Y^Y Similar; eonntermarked 
with V . 

Similar; countermark, V • 

Similar type. 

Similar. 



Similar. 



Similar. 



Similar. 



Similar. 



Similar. 

Similar; with two counter- 
marks,, jl and <%> , 

Similar type. 

Similar. 



Similar. 



94 



THRACE. 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal. 
Size. 



Obverse. 



Reyerse. 



11 



231-4 



M -9 



03) Asiatic Standard. 



12 



229-9 



13 



54- 



14 



50-2 



15 



16 



17 



18 



19 



20 



21 



38- 



35-9 



186 



18 3 



17- 



16-1 



134 



22 



23 



24 



26-4 



23-4 



22-9 



M -85 



M -55 



M -7 



M 6 



M -45 



M -36 



M -4 



M -4 



M -5 



m -4 



Y^Y Bull advancing 1., on 
dolphin 1. 



Similar; between fore-legs of 
bnll, ^ . 



Incuse square, quartered, 
(mill-sail typo,) thp surface 
dotted. 

Similar. 





^Y Bull advancing 1., on 
dolphin 1. ; between fore- 
legs, trident 1., downwards. 

Similar ; trident 1. 



Incuse square, quartered, 
(mill-sail type.) 



Similar. 



T'Y Similar type ; no tri- 
dent. 

Similar. 



Similal*. 



Similar. 



• * 



M -5 



VY Similar type. 

PY Similar: border of dots. 

Y^Y Similar. 
Similar. 
Similar. : 



Similar. 

» - • 

Similar. 
Similar, 
Similar. 
Similar. 



T^Y Fore-part of advancing 
bull 1. 



M 45 Similar. 



M -35 



Similar. 



Trident, downwards; in field 

1., M- 

Similar type ; no letter. 
Similar. 



So. 

__ 


Wt. 


Haul. 
Sb*. 


Ob»e». B«Terse. 








Period 11. Afier Alexander the Great. 








Aaialic Standard. 


25 


206- 


aill 


Head of Demeter r., veiled, 
wearing eftrring, necklace, 
and wreath of cofd. 


•p Poseidon seated r., on 
rocks, himation over knees, 
holding aplastre in ex- 
tended r., and trident over 
). shoulder; infrontjK; be- 
neath, EniMENI<Ko[Y]. 


26 


212- 


31115 


Similar. 


rv Similar type; in front, 
tiT; beneath, 
EPIoAYMnioAftPLoY] 










27 


80-6 


mj75 


Similar. | Similar ; in front, Hf. 
Woie.— Here follow in date the etatere of Ptolemy I., connter- 

COPPBR. 


28 




M -65 


r»y Ball advancing 1.. on 
dolphin 1. 


Trident, between two dolphins. 


29 




M -55 


BnU'8 head, towards 1. 


T'Y; aronnd, three dolphins 


30 




M i 


Bull's head, towai-da r. 


Similar. 



96 



THBAOG< 



No. 



Wt. 



31 



32 



33 
34 



35 
36 

37 



38 



39 



40 



Metal. 
Size. 



Obverse. 



Reverse. 



After Alexander the Great, 



M '95 Head of Apollo r., laur. 



M '85 Head of Poseidon r., wearing 
tainia. 



M -85 



^1- 



M -9 



M -6 



45 M -65 



Similar. 

Head of Den^eter r., veiled, 
and wearing wreath of 
corn ; coantermarked with 
bunch of grapes, with stalk 
and tendril which form the 
monogram c^. 

Similar. 

Head of Pallas r., wearing 
crested Corinthian helmet. 

BYZN Head of Apollo r., 
laur. 



^Y Tripod, surmounted by 
holmos of metal work; in 
field r., tf ; 1., 

EPIMENI^KOY 

rV Trident 1. ; above and be- 
low which, En I 

AIOZKOYPI 

Similar. 

BYIANTIXIN Comucopiae; 

m field 1., EKATOAflP 

countermark, dolphin r. 



Similar. 

BYX A Bull r. ; beneath, Q 



■ ■ ■ 



Obelisk, between the two lines 

APA 



of 



XMA- 





M -8 



M -75 



M -8 



Period of Roman Dominion, 



Bust of Artemis r.; at her 
shoulder, quiver: border of 
dots. 

Similar type ; in front, strung 
bow : same border. 

Similar ; without bow. 



BVIAmnN Crescent, 

above which, star: border 
of dots. 

BVZANTinN Similar. 



Similar. 



BTZAHTinU. 



No, 


w.. 


Met.]. 
Size. 


ObTeree. 


forme. 


41 




M -7 


Similar. 


Similar. 


42 




M -75 


Similar. 


Similar. 


43 

44 




M -75 
M -85 


Similar; in front, bow. 


BVZAN TWIN Similar 


Head of joang Dionyeoa r., 
bound with ivy: border of 

dot8. 


BVZANTinN Vine-branch 
with bunchof grapes: border 
of dots, 


45 




M -85 


Similar. 


Similar. 


46 




iE -8 


Siiflilar. 


BYZAH TlflN Similar. 


47 
48 




M -8 
M 7 


Similar. 


BYZAN TinN Similar. 


Tonng male bust r., with flow- 
ing hair and short horn; 
flbonlders draped : border 
of dots. 


BVZANTI UN Bnll 
advancing r., head raised: 

border of dote. 








@ 


49 
50 

51 




^ -65 
M -65 

-E -7 


Similar. 1 BV ZANTIHN Similar 
1 type 1. : border of dots. 


Bearded male head r. : border 
of dots. 


BVZAN TinN Trident, 

downwards, aronnd the shaft 
of which a dolphin is twisted 
r.: border of dots. 


BnBfc of Hermes r., wearing 
winged tainia: border of 
dots. 


BYZAN TrnN Winged 


5-2 

1 




M -56 


Similar. 


Similar. 



98 



THRACE 



No.. Wt. 



53 



54 



55 

56 



57 



58 



59 




Obrerse. 



Beverse. 



M -55 BYZAN Two conical bas- 
Tl AN keis, pointed at 

both ends : border of dots. 



M -95 



Wreath, within which, k 



With Magistrates' names. 



M -9 
M -95 



M -9 



M -9 



BYZAZ Head of Bjzas, 
bearded., r., wearing crested 
helmet : border of dots. 

Similar. 

BYZAZ Similar. 



Similar. 



Similar. 



Prow r. ; around, 6111 

AHMHTPOCTO'B- : 

border of dots. 
Similar. 

BVZANTI Galley 1., with 

AN single bank of 

oars, in ftdl sail ; above, 

€ e AV: border 

of dots. 

Prow 1., fiimished with ram ; 
npon it stands an armed man 
1., holding parazonium and 
extending r. arm ; around, 

€n AinONTIKOVlf : 

border of dots. 

Galley 1., with single bank 
of oars; in the stem, two 
military standards ; around, 

CnAI nONTIKOVtf : 

border of dots. 



M -85 





Head of young Dionysos r., 
bound with ivy : border of 
dots. 



En ♦PONTA NOC 

BVZANTIAN Ostrich 
running 1., hunted by dog 
1. : border of dots. 





BlZANTinU. 



W wt. ^•'"■ 



Imperial Coinage. 



'M.. Antoains, 
Head of M. Aotomiis, 1., bare. 

Kev. BY XAN Trophy conBisting of prow i 
Tl ilN and arms. 



AogUBtas and Li via. 

ZEBAZTOZ OEOZ Head of AaguBtas, radiate, 1. 

Ker. OEA ZEBAZ'I'A Bust of Livia r,, wearing neck- 
lace; Bhoaldero draped; beneath, 'BYZ . 



Trajanns. 

AVTONEPTPArANOCKAICEBrEPM AAKI Headc 
Trajanns 3*., lanr. 

EeT. eniTPAIANOYKAl TinN 

Crested helmet r., with cheek-pieces. 



AYTONEP 
Rev. ERt 



SimUar 
type. 
KAITOreVZANTinN Prowr. 



TEP MAAKr 



Plotina. 
BAITHN 



Bust of Plotina 



nA AN 

draped. 
Rev. EH TOrBYZANTIilN Dolphin 

between two tanny-fishes 1. 



100 



THRACE. 



No. 



Metal. 
Size. 



Obverse — ^Rererse. 



M. Aarelius. 

65:iE12 AVTKMAVP- ANTnN€INOC Bust of M. Aurelius r., 
laur., wearing cuirass and paludamentum. 

Rev. € niO*AVCTINHC'BVZANTinN: Corneal wicker 
basket, pointed at both ends, with an ear of corn hanging 
from the top. 



66 Ml- 



61 



,68 



mvih 



Faustina Junior. 

ANNIA*AV CTEINACEBA Bust of Faustina Junior r., 
draped. 

Rev. BVZANTiniSEniAIONVCOVTOr Two tunny.fishes, 
1. and r. 



Commodus and Crispina. 

[BPK]PICniNAC6B-AVTKAAVPHKOMO AOC Busts, 

face to face, of Commodus 1., head bare, and wearing cuirass and 
paludamentum, and of Crispina r., draped. 

Rev. BVZANTinN- 6 ninONTIKOY-HP- Crested 
helmet r., with cheek-pieces ; supporting the crest is 
a lion. 





69 



^115 Same. (Same die.) 

Rev BVZANTIXlN€n AI-nONTIKOV'HP Crested 
helmet r., with cheek-pieces. 

M 1*15 Same. (Same die.) 

Rev. BVZANTin CniAinONTIKpVH. Female figure, 
(Persephone?) running 1., carrying two flaming torches, 
that in r. raised, that in 1. lowered : border of dots. I 



BYZANTIUM. 



101 




Obverse — Reverse. 



70^1- 



71 



^1-3 



72 ^1-35 



73 



.Ell 



74 ^14 



Crispina. 

C6BPOVT KPICneiNA Bust of Crispina, draped, r. 

Rev. BVZANTinNCnAinONTIKOYH* Dolphin r, be 
tween two tunny-fishes, r., the lower one reversed. 



Sept. Severus. 

AV-K-A'CCn- C n€P Bust of Severus r., 

laur., wearing enirass and paludamentum. 

Rev. B V Wicker basket, pointed at both ends, with 

Z AN an ear of corn hanging from the top; 

Tl UN around, €n'APX'M'AVP' 

ANTON I NOV 



Sept. Severus and Julia Domna. 

AVK AC€n CCVbPOC- K- lOVAl AAOMHAC€B Busts, face 

to face, of Severus r., laur., wearing cuirass and paludamentum, 
and of Domna 1., draped. 

Rev. BVZAN TlflN Demeter, standing 1., veiled, holding 
in each hand a flaming torch ; before and behind her, two 
wicker baskets, pointed at both ends; from the top of 
each issues an ear of com. 

[This coin has been tooled.] 



Julia Domna. 

lOVAl A AVrOVCTA Bust of Domna r., wearing stephane. 

Rev. EniAinOlTIKOYBVZANTinN Dolphin 1., between 



two tunny-fishes, r. and 1. 



Caracalla. 

AVTKMAVPHANTO^ElNOCAV^ Bust of Caracalla, radi- 
ate, r., wearing cuirass and paludamentum. 

Rev. ERTITAIA KAniTOA€IN[0]V Emperor r., on 

BVZANTI horse prancing ; 

flN spear couched. 



Same die. 

EnTITAIAKAniTnACINOVBVZAN CamcalU and 

TlftN Get*, each 

lanr. and clad in toga, face to face, tbeir r. hands clasped, 

and holding eEtch a scroll in hie left ; between them, an 

agonistic am contaioing a palm. 



ANTilhEINOC'AVrOyCrOC Bust of Caracalla p., laar. 
wearing cnirass and aegis, and holding spear over 1. shoulder. 

Rev. BYZ ANTIAN Agonistic nm, containing palm, and 
inscribed ANTHNINEIA 
CEBACTA 

AYKMAYP ANTilNCINOC Head of Caracalla r, law. 

Rev. Cn-APX'MAVP-A NT ilN€ INOYBYZArTinN 

Persephone, advancing 1., holding a flaming torch in each 

ANTONEINOC AVrOVCTOC Bast of Caracalla r., lanr., 
wearing cnirass and aegis, and holding spear over 1. shoulder. 

Rev. AWnNlNIACeBACTAB VZAJTIilN Two athletes, 
nalced, standing 1., their r. hands raised; one of them 
holds a palm in his 1.; faciug them is ttie Paidotribes, 
also naked, his r. raised, and holding a palm in his 1.; 
between him and the athletes is a vase. 

ANTnNElNOC-AVrOVCTOC Similar. 

Rev. BVZA N TlflN Two wicker baskets, pointed at both 
>f each of which hangs an ear of 
a lighted altar, garlanded. 

Similar. 

Rev. Similar. 



BYZANTIUM. 



103 




81 



^1-2 



82 \M 1-25 



83 



Ml Ob 



84 



M -6 



85 



^1-06 



86 



M 75 



87 



^1-3 



AYTKMAYPANT UNElNOCAVr Bust of Caracalla r., 
laur., wearing cuirass and palndamentum. 

Rev. EniTATIANO [Y] tP BYZANTIXIN Two conical 
wicker baskets, as in no. 79 ; between them, a modius 
containing poppy-bead and corn leaves. 

AmiNEINOC AYrOYCTOC Bust of Caracalla r., laur., 
wearing cuirass and paludamentum, and holding spear over 
1. shoulder. 

Rev. En-AI-nOm KOY BYZAmnN similar. 

INOC ■ AYrOYCTOC Bust of Caracalla r., laur., 
wearing cuirass and paludamentum. 

Rev. Eni-AI-nOrriKOYBYZANTinN Dolphin 1., be- 
tween two tunny-fishes, r. and 1. 



Plautilla. 

♦riAA VTIAAA Bust of Plautilla r., draped, wearing 
stephane. 

Rev. BVZAN TinN Trident, downwardS| around which 
a dolphin is twined 1. 



Geta. 

n"C€n r€TAC*K Bust of Geta r., head bare, wearing 
cuirass and paludamentum. 

Rev. Cn-M-AV-ANTnNINOVBVZANTIXlN Dolphin r., 
between two tunny-fishes, r., the upper one inverted. 

Same inscr. Head of Geta r., bare. 

Rev. BVZAN TIIIN Vine-branch, with bunch of grapes. 

nC€n TETACK Head of Geta r., bare. (The inscr. has 
been altered by tooling to r€TAC€B .) 

Rev. enrCAAA APICTAI^ETOV Europa, with inflated 

BVSArri veil, seated on bull, 

flN galloping 1. over 

waves. 



104 



THRACE. 




S8 M -6 



89 



^11 



90 



M -95 



91 



M -8 



92 



Mlb 



93 



^1-4 



r€TAC A VrO Bust of Geta r., lanr., wearing paladamentnm. 
Rev. BVZAN TWIN Winged caduceus. 

Diadnmenianns. 

M-OANTAIAAOVMCNIANOCKA Bust of Diadumenianus 
r., head bare, wearing cuirass and palndamentum. 

Rev. En I NE TO Z BVZANTinN • Dolphin r., between two 
tnnDj-fishes, 1. and r. 

MOTEAIAAOVMENIANOCK Bust of Diadumenianus r., 
wearing cuirass and palndamentum. 

Rev. En II^TOZ ^„ uv . 1 X. .*. 

gY2AlTI Ualley, with smgle bank of oars, 

Qi^ in foil sail, 1. 



Julia SosBmias. 



lOVCVAl MICCCB (sic,) Bust of Julia Sosemias r., draped. 

Rev. BVZ AN TIIIN Nike, holding wreath and palm, 
standing 1. 



Severus Alexander. 

AVTKMAVPCEVAACZANAPOCAVr Bust of Sev. Alex- 
ander r., radiate, wearing cuirass and palndamentam. 

Rev. ■ E- n • M • AVP<l>PONTfHOCKAI AIA<I>HCTHC 

BVZAN 
TliiN 

Emperor, on horse prancing r., spear conched. 

AVTKMAVPC€VAA€aEANAPOC//r Bust of Sev. Alex- 
ander r., radiate, wearing cairass ornamented with. Gorgon's 
head and palndamentum. 

Rev. EnMAVP<l>PONTnNOCKAIAIAI<l>Ha"HC 

BYZANTI 

UN 

Emperor, on horse galloping r., about to spear a lion 
which rans beneath his horse. 

[This coin has been tooled on both sides.] 



BYZANTIUM. 



105 




94 



Ml- 



95 



Ml 2 



96 



iE105 



97 



Ml'2 



AVTKMAVPC€VAAEZANAPOCAVr Bust of Sev. Alex- 
ander r., laar., wearing cairass and paludamentnm. 

Rev. En^PONTONOC 

BV 

2AN Lion advancing r. 

TinN 

MAVPCEVHAAEZANAPOCAVr Bnst of Sev. Alexander r., 
laor., wearing cairass and paludamentnm. 

Rev. BV ZA ITin N „ -^u • « * ^ i * j 

en I rcv/Li Earopa, with inflated veil, seated 

POV 



on bull galloping 1. 



Same. (Same die.) 

Rev, BVZANTinNEniBACAIMICEVHPOY 

standing 1., wearing modius, holding ru 

mmonifte. 



nucopiae. 



^ Eni BACAIMI CEVHPOY Fortuna, 

wearing modius, holding rudder and cor- 



98 



^12 



Rev. 



EVHAAESANAPOCAVr Similar type. 
BVZANTini/IEniBA C-AIMICEVH^OV Nike, stand- 

ing 1., holding wreath and palm ; in front, a cippus, upon 
which is a crested Corinthian helmet. 



•M-AVPCEVHAAEZANAPOCAV Similar. 

Rev. ANTONEINIA BVZANTIXIN Agonistic urn, con- 

CEBACTA taining two palms. 



99 



M 7 



Julia Mamaaa. 

MAMAIA • AVr Bust of Julia Mameea r., draped. 
Rev. BVZANTIflN ■ Crescent, and star above it. 





106 



THBAGE. 



No. 



Metal. 
Siie. 



Obverse — ^Eeverse. 



MazimiiB. 

100 iB 75 MAZIMOC "' Bast of Maximns r., wearing cuirass and 
paladamentnm ; head bare. 

Rev. BVZAN TIAN Bunch of grapes. 



Yalerianus Senior. 

lOll JB -9 : riAIKOVAAEPIANOCCE Bust of VaJerianus r,, lanr., wear- 
ing cuirass and paludamentum. 

Bev. BVZA NTIAN Agonistic urn, within which are two 
palms. 



Ghillienus. 

102^ -951 nOAIErrAA AIHNOCCE Bust of QaDienus r., laur., wear- 
ing cuirass and paludamentum. 

Bev. BVZAN TIAN Conical wicker basket, pointed at both 
ends. 



103^ -9 



nAIKrAAAIHNOCCCB Similar. 

Rev. BVZ AN TIIIN Nike, standing 1., holding wreath 
and palm. 



BTZANnUM AND GALGHBDON. 



107 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal. 
Sixe. 



ObTerse. 



Beverse. 



M -9 



^r 



BYZANTIUM AND CALCHEDON. 



COPPEB. 



Jfier Alexander the Great. 



Head of Apollo r,, laur. 



Head of Demeter r., veiled, 
and bonnd with corn. 



BYIANT Tripod, with 

KAAXA three handles, 

surmounted by holmos, above 

which are three points of 

metal-work. 

BYIAN Poseidon, seated 
KAAXA r. on rock, hold- 

ing in r. aplustre, and in 1. 
trident over shoulder ; in 
field r.y PSP . 



108 



THRACE. 




^1-16 



M -95 



BYZANTIUM AND NICJSA. 



COPPEB. 



Imperial Coifutge. 



Trebonianus Gallus. 

A[V]TKrBEIBrAAAOCAVr Bust of Gallus r., laur., wear- 
ing cuirass and paludamentum. 

Bev. EnilCAVPIKOVK ONEIKKOMONOIA 

[BYZ] 
ANT 

I n N 

NIKAEOI 

Two conical wicker baskets, pointed at both ends, from 
the top of each of which hangs an ear of com ; between 
them, a lighted altar, garlanded. 



AVTKrBEIBrAAAOCAV Bust of Gallns r., radiate, wearing 

cuirass and palndamentam. 



Rev. NIKAIEfHB V ZANTinN 

OM 

ON 

Ol 

A 



Two conical wicker bas- 
kets, from the tops of 
which spring two ears 
of corn ; between the 
baskets, an altar hay- 
ing a conical cover. 



M -85 



AVKrSEIB TAAAOCAVr Similar. 

Rev. NIKAIEfN[B] V ZANTIf>^OM Similar type. 

ON 
Ol 
A 



BTZANTIUM AND mCMA. 



109 




Gtillienus. 



4 



M -8 



n AIK Er rAAAIHNOC- • • BuBt of GalHenus r., radiate. 

Rev. [NIKAIEflNBVlZANTinNOMOl/IOIA Dolphin r., 
between two tunny-fishes, 1. and r. 



M -96 



Macrianns Jnnior. 

A ♦OVA lOV MAKPIANOCC6 Bust of Macrianns Ju- 
nior r., radiate, wearing cuirass and paludamentum, and aegis 
on 1. shoulder. 



Rev. NIKAIEXIN 



BV 
OM 
ON 

Ol 

A 



ZAN 



■ I t a 



Two conical wicker bas- 
kets, from the tops of 
which spring two ears 
of corn; between the 
baskets, agonistic urn 
containing two palms. 



M -95 



Macrianns Junior? 

Inscr. obscure. Bust of Macrianns Junior ? r., wearing cuirass and 
paludamentum, and aegis on 1. shoulder. 



Eev. NIKAIE 



O 

M 

O 

NOI 

A 



• • ANTI • • 



Two wicker baskets, as 
on previous coin. 



110 



THRACE. 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal. 
Size. 



ObTense. 



Reverse. 



215-3 



51105 



204-2 



2127 



Mil 



Ml' 



COINS OF PTOLEMAEVS I. SOTER, COUNTEE- 
MARKED AT 1BYZANTIUM. 



SILYEB. 



Head of PtolemsBUS Soter, dia- 
demed, r., chlamys fastened 
round neck ; behind his ear, 
A ; on neck, circular coun- 
termark, Wit . 

Similar ; countermark, ^ . 

Similar ; countermark, PFP . 



PTOAEMAloY BAII 

AEX2Z Eagle, standing 

1. on thunderbolt; in field 

p 
K m . (Paplios.) 



Similar. 

Same inscr. and similar type ; 
in field 1., £1 . (Sidon.) 



CTPSELA. 



C O P P E E. 



Giro. B.C. 400. 



M -6 



Head of Hermes r., wearing 
close petasos ornamented 
with beads. 



K Y 
S' E 



Two - handled cup, 
above which, pen- 
tagram. 



DEULTXTM. 



Ill 




M 7 



M -95 



M -9 



DEULTUM. 

COPPER. 

Imperial Coinage. 

Trajanns. 

IMPCAENERTRAAVQQERPMTRPCOSIIIPP Head of Tra- 
janns r., lanr. 

Rev. C F P D Head and shonlders of ox r. 

Macrinns. 

IMPCMOPELSEVMACR[INVSAVQ] Bust of Macrinns r., 
radiate, wearing cuirass. 

Rev. [COL]FLPAC DEVLT Zens, seated 1. on throne, 

holding patera and sceptre. 

Similar. 

Rev. COLF LPA CDEVLT Female figure (the City), 
standing I., turreted, holding patera and sceptre. 



4 



M -95 



M -95 



Severus Alexander. 

I M PCM AVRS EVALEXAN D A VQ Bust of Severus Alexander 
r., lanr., wearing cuirass and pal udamen turn. 

Rev. COLFLPA CDEVLT Artemis, running r., with hound ; 
she holds bow in 1., and draws an arrow from her quiver 
with r. 

Similar. 

Rev. COL FL PA CDE Hexastyle temple of the Corinthian 

VLT order, within which, a statue of 

Apollo 1., holding branch, and resting on tripod. 

Similar. 

Rev. COLFL PACDEVLT Asklepios, facing, head 1.; under 
his r. arm, staff round which a serpent twines. 

7 M :95 Similar. 

Rev. COLFLPACDE ^^f , and Twins. 



M -95 



112 



THBACE. 




8 



M -95 



M -9 



10 



M -9 



11 



M -9 



12 



M 75 



13 



M -95 



14 



M -96 



15 



^1 



Jalia Mameea. 

IVLIAMA' MAEAAVQ Bust of MamaBa r., draped, wearing 
Btephane. 

Rev. COLFLP A CDEVLT Artemis, running r., with hound; 
she holds bow in 1., and draws an arrow from her quiver 
with r. 

Similar. 

Rev. COLFLPA C DEVLT Hermes, standing 1., holding 
purse and caduceus. 

Similar. 

Rev. Same inscr. Nemesis, standing 1. ; her r. raised to her 
shoulder holding her peplos; in her I. is a sceptre, and 
at her feet, a wheel. 

Similar. 

Rev. COL FLPA CDEVL Eagle, with spread wings, stand- 

T ing on cippus between two 

vexilla, each adorned with a star. 



Similar, 
Rev. C 



F Concordia, standing 1., wearing modius, holding 
D patera and comucopiae. 



Maximinus. 

IMPMAXIMINVSPIVSAVQ Bust of Maximinus r., laur., 
wearing paludaraentum. 

Rev. C OLFLP ACDEVLT Nemesis, standing 1., holding 
scales and sceptre ; at her feet, wheel. 



Maximus. 

CIVLVERMAXIMVSCES {sic.) Bust of Maximus r., bare- 
headed, wearing cuirass and paludamentum. 

Rev. C OLFLP ACDEVLT Nemesis, standing 1., holding 
scales and sceptre; at her feet, wheel. 

CIVLVERMAXIMVSCAES Similar. 

Rev. COLF LPACDE River-god, recumbent 1., holding 

VLT reed and comucopiae, and rest- 

ing on vase from which water flows. 



DEULTUM. 



11:] 



No. 




Obvene — Eeversc. 



16 



M -9 



17 



M -95 



18 



M -86 



19 



M -86 



20 



M -9 



21 



^1' 



22 



M -96 



23 



M -86 



Grordianiis Pius. 

IMPCMANT QORDIANVSAVQ Bust of GordiaDus r., 
laur., wearing cuirass and paludamentnm. 

Rev. CDEVLT Artemis, running r., with 

hound; she holds bow in 1., and draws an arrow from 
her quiver with r. 

iMPQORDIANVSPIVSFEAVQ SimUar. 

Rev. COLFL PA CDEVLT Concordia, standing 1., wear- 
ing modius, and holding patera, and comucopiae. 

IMPCQORDIANVSPIVSAVQ Bust of Gordianus r., radiate, 
wearing cuirass and paludamentnm. 

Rev. COLF LPA CDEVLT Similar, 

IMPQORDIANVSPIVSFELA/Q Similar. 
Rev. COL FLP AC DEVL Similar. 

* 

IMPQORDIANVSPIVSAVQ Similar. 

Rev. C OLFLPA CDEVLT Demeter? standing 1., hold- 
ing in r. ears of corn, and in 1. long sceptre. 

IMPQORDIANVSPIVSFEAVQ Bust of Gordianus r., radiate, 
wearing cuirass adorned with Gorgon-head, and paludamentnm 
fastened on 1. shoulder. 

Rev. COLFLPAC DEVLT Eagle, with spread wings, hold- 
ing a wreath in his beak. 



Tranquillina. 

SABTRANQV ILLINAAVQ Bust of TranquilUna r., draped, 
wearing stephane. 

Rev. COLF LP ACDEVLT Apollo, naked, standing 1., 
holding patera and lustral branch. 

Similar. 

Rev. COL ACD EVLT Artemis, running 1., with hound; 

her r. arm extended, her 1. holding bow and arrow. 

Q 



114 



-THRACE. 




24 



M '9 



25 



M -85 



26 



M -85 



27 



iE3 -86 



28 



m -85 



Philippus Senior. 

IMPMIVLPH ILIPPVSAVQ Bust of PhiHppris r., lanr., 
wearing cnirass and paladamentum* 

Rev. COLFLP AC DEVLT Artemis, running r., holding 
bow in 1., and drawing an arrow from her quiver with r. 

IMPMIVLPHILIPPVSAVQ Similar. 

Rev. COL jgLP ACDEVLT Nemesis, standing 1., hold- 

ing in r. sceptre, and in 1. lorum ; at her feet, wheel. 

Similar. Emperor radiate. 

Rev. COLFLP AC Founder of Colony r., togate, driving 
DEVLT a yoke of oxen. 



Otacilia. 

M ARC! AOTAC I LS E ■ • RAAVQ Bust of Otacilia r., draped, 
wearing stephane. 

Rev. COLFLP A CDEVLT Zeus, seated 1., holding patera 
and sceptre ; at his feet, eagle. 



MARCI AOTAC ILSEVHRAAVQ (sie.) Similar. 

Rev. COLFLPACD E 

VLT 



Wolf r. and Twins. 



29 



M -86 



30 



M -85 



Philippus Junior. 

MIVLPHILIPPVSCAES Bust of Philippus r., radiate, wearing 
cuirass and paludamentum. 

Rev. COLFLP AC DEV Zeus, seated 1., holding patera and 
sceptre ; at his feet, eagle. 

Similar. 

Rev. COLFLPA CD EV The Emperor, radiate, standing 
1., wearing paludamentum ; raising right hand, and hold- 
ing globe in 1. 



Head of bearded Herakles r., I Incuee equare, divided dia- 
wearmg lion's skin ; style gonally iuto four parts. 




Period II. After Dariit*. 

Asiatic Standard. 

Head of bearded Herakles r.,|)| I A Head and neck of 

wearing lion's bHu ; style bnll 1.; the whole in shaUow 

archaic : border of dots. | incase square. 




III. Sefore B.C. etre. 400. 
Aniat .ift Standard. 



Female head 1., wearing nar- 
row diadem seen in front, 
hair rolled. 



A r K A I A Head 
and neck of ball r. ; the 
whole within an incnse 
square. 



116 



THRAOB. 




M -8 



M12 



Ml 2 



M -7 



M -9 



HADRIANOPOLIS. 



COFFES. 



Period of Baman Dominion, 

Head of bearded Herakles r., bare. 

Rev. AAPI ANono AITON Clob, quiver with strap, and 
stnmg bow : border of dots. 





Imperial Coinage, 
Antoninns Pius. 

AVTKAITAIAAPI ANTXINEINOC Bust of Antonimis r., 

lam*., wearing cuirass and pala daman turn. 

Rev. HTEIOVKOMMOA Galley r., containing six rowers 

AAPI A and pilot seated in the stem, 

NOnOAEI behind whom are two military 

XjQN standards. 

Same. (Same die.) 

Rev. HrAnOVOnEICKOVAAPIANOnOAEIT Asklepios 

and Hygieia ; Asklepios facing, looking 1., holds staff 
round which serpent twines; Hygieia r., holds patera 
from which another serpent feeds. 

M. Aurelius. 

OYHPOC KAICAP Bust of M. Aurelius r., beardless, bare- 
headed, wearing cuirass and paludamentum.' 

Rev. AAPIANO nOAEIT Apollo, naked, advancing r., 
about to discharge an arrow from bow. 

MAVPHAIOCOVH POC KAI Similar. 

Rev. AAPIANOC FIOAEITONOY («c.) Bust of Helios 
r., radiate, wearing chlamys. 



HADBUNOPOLIB, 



♦AVCrEI[NA CEB]ACTH Burt of Fanatma r^ draped ; hair 

Ber. AAP IAN O nOAITAN ConcordU 1., wearing 

modias ; she holds patera and oomacopiae, and sacriGcea 
at lighted altar. 

Similar. 

Rev. AAPIANO nOAEITfN Fortuns 1., wearing modins ; 
she holds mdder and comooopiae. 



Gommodns. 

AVT'KAI'A-AVPH KOMOAOC Head of Gommodns r., 
lanr. 

Rev. H • COYCAA MAPKIANOV OR O Asklepios 

ACITON and Hy. 

gieia; Asklepios, looking 1., holds at^ ronnd which ser- 
pent twines ; Hygieia, r., holds pat«ra from which another 
serpent feeds. 



Sept. Severns. 

AVKACEflT CEVHPOCn Head of Severns r., lanr. 

Bev. AAPIANO nOAITAN Hygieia 1., holding patera 

from which serpent feeds. 

AVKACEHT CEVHPOCneP Bust of Seveme r., lanr., 

wearing cairass and palndamentam. 
Rev. AAPIANO nOAEITJ N Lion-headed serpent (Chnn- 

phis) coiled, with head erect asrrooiided by radiate 

nimbus. 

AVKAC€n cevHPOcn simiw. 

Rev. AAP IAN OH OAI Tetrastyle temple, snrmonnted 
TilN by pyramidal roof j within, 

Zeua, seated r., resting open sceptre, and holding patera. 

AVKACenX C€VHPOCn€P Similar. 
Rev. AAPIANO 

nOAEITH Galley 1., containing fonr rowers. 



ObictBe — KeTene. 

Julia Domna. 
lOVAIA'A OMNAC€B Bnat of Donma r!, draped. 
Rav. AAPIANOnO A CrTON River-god (Tonz 



Caracalla. 

AVT-M*AVP ANTWJEINO C Bnat of Caracalla, beard- 
less, r., wearing cniraaa and paludamentam. 

Rev. AAPIA NOFIOAEIT Artemis TauropoloB, her arms 
\A il extended, holdii^ an ~~ 

flated veil, seated on ball, advancing 1. 



AVKMA- ANTHNerNOC Head of Caracalla v., Uur. 
Rev. AAPIANO fl OACtTilN DionyBOH, facing, tflwards 
1., holding kantharos and thyraoa ; at bis feet, panther. 

AVKMAVPH ANTWJEINOC Bust of Caracalla 1.. lanr., 
wearing enirass and pajadamentam, and armed with apear and 
shield ornamented with Gordon-head. 

Rev. AAPIANOnO AE Herakles, naked, standing 

r., reclining on clab, over which hangs lion's skin. 

AVTKMAVPCEV ANTHNEINOC Bnst of CaraoaUa r. 
lanr., wearing cniraes and palndamentnm. 

Rev. AAPIANO nOACITON Addepios, standing 1. 

holding staff ronnd which serpent twines. 



AVTKMAVPCEV 

lanr. 



AN UNEINOC Head of Caracalla i 



Rev. AAPIANO nOAEITON Concordia 1., wearing n 
dias ; she holds patera and cornacopiae. 



HADRIANOPOLIS. 



119 




Obverse — Reyeree. 



19 



20 



21 



^106 AVTKMAV- ■ • • ANTIINEINO C Head of Cao-acalla r., 
laur. 

Rev. AAPIANOnOAEITIlN Eagle, facing, wings spread, 
holding wreath in his beak. 



M -7 



M :7 



22 



23 



24 



^105 



25 



26 



M 7 



AVTKMAVPCEV ANTIINEINOC Similar. 

Rev. AAPIANOnO AEITfiN Dionysos, naked, standing 
1., holding banch of grapes and thyrsos bound with fillet. 

Similar. . 

Rev. AAPIANO nOAEITXlN Bunch of grapes. 



M -6 



M106 



Ml 



Similar. 

Rev. AAPIANOnOAEI 

TON 



Similar. 
Rev. AAPI 



ANO 



Eros, riding on dolphin r., which he 
guides with goad and reins. 



Similar. 



Geta. . . 

AyTKMCEriT MIOC TETAC Bust of Geta r., laur., wear- 
ing cuirass and paludamentum. 

Rev. AAPI A NO nO Cjbele, tuireted, seated sideways on 
AITI2N lion running r. ; she holds tym- 

panum with r. and sceptre with 1. 

Similar. 

Rev. AAPIANO FIOAITON Herakles 1., clad in lion's 

skin, contending with the Hydra, which he grasps with 
his 1., while with his r. he wields his club. 



Gordianus Pius. 

AVTKMANTO FOPAIANOCAV Bust of Gordianus r,, 
laur., wearing cuirass and paludamentum. 

Rev. AAPI AN O nOA€l Zeus, seated 1. on throne, hold- 

TXIN ing patera and sceptre ; at 

his feet, eagle. 



120 



THBACS. 




27 



Ml' 



28 



^11 



29 



Ml- 



30 



^1- 



31 



.Ell 



32 



JSl- 



33 



.El- 



34 



^ri6 



35 



.E105 



AVTKMANTrOPAIANOCAY" Similar. 

Rev. AAPIANO R O ACITON Sarapis, standing 1., 
wearing modins and holding sceptre ; his r. hand raised. 

Similar. 

Rev. AAPIA NO nOAEITON Apollo, wearing chlamys, 
advancing r., abont to discharge an arrow from his bow. 

Similar. 

Rev. AAPIANOn OA€ITnN Apollo, naked, standing 

L, holding patera and lanrel-branch bonnd with fillet. 

Similar. 

Rev. AAPIANO nOAElTD* Artemis, standing L, holding 
patera and stmng bow ; at her shoulder, quiver ; beside 
her, stag advancing L 

Similar. 

Rev. AAPIANOn OA€ITnN Pallas, wearing crested 
helmet, standing 1., resting on shield and spear. 

AVTKMANTr OPAIANOCANT Similar. 

Rev. AAPIANO FIOAEITIIN Hermes, naked, standing 
r., head turned 1. ; he holds caduceus, and rests with r. 
elbow upon bearded term. 

AVTKMANTrO PAIANOCAV Similar. 

Rev. Same inscr. Asklepios, facing, holding staff around which 
serpent twines. 

AVTKMANT TpPAIANOCAV Bust of Gordianus r., 
radiate, wearing cuirass and paludamentum. 

Rev. A APIANO HOAEITON Herakles, naked, r., 
subduing the Cretan Bull ; over his r. arm hangs the 
lion^s skin. 

AVTKMANTrOPAIANOCANT Bust of Gordianus r., laur., 
wearing cuirass and paludamentum. 

Rev- AAPIA NO nOAEITfH Herakles, naked, stand- 

ing 1., holding apples of the Gtirdens of the Hesperides, 
and club ; over his 1. arm hangs the lion's skin. 



HADRIANOPOLIS. 



121 



No. 




ObTeise — Reverse. 



36 Ml'05 



37 



.El' 



38 



^r 



39 



.El- 



AVTKMANTr OPAIANOCA/ Similar. 

Rev. AAPIA N O HO Eiver-god, Tonzos or Hebros, 

AEITfM recumbent 1., holding reeds 

and rudder, and resting upon vase from which water 
flows. 

AVTKMANTrOPAIANOCAV Similar. 

Rev. A APIANO nOA€ITfH Aequitas, standing 1., hold- 
ing scales and sceptre. 

AVTKMAN TrOPAIANOCAV Similar. 
Rev. AAPIANO HO A€ITf>I Similar. 



40 



.El- 



41 



.El- 



AVTKMANTrOPAIANOCAV 
Rev. AAPIANO n OAEIT 



Similar. 

Fortuna, wearing modius, 
seated 1., holding rudder 
and cornucopiae. 



AVTKMAN TrOPAIANOCAV" SimHar. 

Rev. A APIANO nOAEITDi Nemesis, standing 1., hold- 
ing short staff and lorum ; beside her, wheel. 



AVTKMANTrOPAIANOCAV Similar. 



Rev. AAPIA N O nOA€ 

ITXIN 



Tetrastyle temple, within 
which, statue of Fortuna. 



42 



.El-1 



43 



Ml'Ob 



44 



iEl- 



AVTKMANTrO PAIANOCAV Similar. 

Rev. AAPIANO nOA€l ^s i 

-|-^-yj bimilar. 

(Double-struck.) 

AVTKMANTrOPAIANOCAV Similar. 

Rev. AAPIANOnOA€ITOI City gateway, flanked on either 
side by a circular tower with conical roof; in each tower 
are two arched windows. 

AVTKMANTrO PAIANOCAV Similar. 

Rev. AAPI ANOn OA€l Similar; but the towers without 

TUN windows. 



122 



THRACE. 




45 



46 



M\' 



M -96 



Tranqnillina. 

CABITPANK VAA€INAC€ Bnst of TranquilUna r., draped, 
wearing stephane. 

Rev. A A PIAN O 

nOA€IT Galley sailing 1. 



CABTPANKVAAEINACEB Similar. 

OA 



Rev. AAPIAN O 

encn 



Galley, with rowers, under sail r. 



MABONEA. 



123 



Wt. 



Metal. 
Size. 



ObTene. 



Beyerse. 







14-5 


M -36 


14-3 


M -36 


10-3 


M -4 




• 


49-7 


M -6 


56-6 


M -66 




* 



MARONEA. 



SILYEB. 



Period I. Before Expedition of Darius, 
Babjlonic or Aeginetic Standard. 



Fore-part of prancing horse, 
bridled, r. 



Similar. 



Similar type 1. 



Sqnare, divided into eight tri- 
angular compartments, four 
of -which are incase. 

Similar. 

Sqnare, divided in a similar 
manner, bnt more symme- 
tricallj. 



Period IL After Dariue, 

Asiatic Standard. 



(«) 



AAAPH Fore-part of pranc- 
ing horse 1. 



Incase sqnare, containing a 
star-like flower. 





AAAP Fore-part of prancing 
horse 1. : border of dots. 



I T H AA in the four quar- 
ters of an incuse square, di- 
vided by lines, with a pellet 
at their central intersec- 
tion: within the square, a 
border of dots. 





f^AP F.-«e-jttft of [nncin^ ShaOow incase square, vitUn 
borae L ; above and below, which, a border of dots 
• , , , , enclosing a ram's head 1. 



7 o3 4 Jt ^ MAP Similar. 
S 52^ Jt -6 MAP Similar. 




Brfor. 



. 400. 



M APnN Ho«e pnmciiig A E O N Y ? arOtind the 
I. ; above, ksntbaroe : bor- border of an incnae square, 
der of dots. within which ia a linear 

sqnare enclosing a vine. 



.R 1-0&. M A PUN Similar. 



EPIMHTPOAOTO Si- 




No inBcr. Tisible. Similar 
type ; above, owl flying 1. : 
border of dote. 

MAPI2N Similar type; 

EITEI2N above, wreath: 

border of dots. 



MHTPOAOTQ Similar. 



No inacc. Horae prancing' 1., 
his tail raised ; above, wheel 
of fonr spokes: border of 
dots. 



MHTPO*ilA/: Similar. 



Sitnilartfpel.: borderofdote. 



^^APnNITll/V aronnd the 
border of an incase aqnare, 
within which, a linear aqnare 
quartered. 



TEn>V («c.) 




MAPEil 

Similar. 

POiEIAIPPOS: around 
the border of an incnae 
Bqnare, within which 
linear aqnare encloaing a 

I vine. 



Fore-part of prancing horse 1. 



^ q^ Similar type. 



Incnae aqnare, within which, 
a dotted sqnare enclosing a 
vine-branch with buich of 
grapea. 

Similar type. 



Period III. B.C. cire. 400-350. 
Fersio Standard. 



Similar ; beneath, trident 1. 



EPIAPEAAEn aronnd the 
border of an incase aqnare, 
within which, a linear aqnare 
containing a vine. 

EPIZH/^nNOt Sinilor 



126 



THBACE/ 



No. 



Wt 



Metal. 

Site. 



Obyerse. 



Beverse. 



22 



23 



24 



164-4 



168- 



169-4 



25 



26 



27 



28 



29 



171- 



1671 



176-1 



166-8 



42 



30 42-4 



M -9 



Si -95 



M -9 



M -86 



M -85 



M -9 



M -85 



M -55 



M -55 



Horse prancing 1. ; above, ea- 
gle with closed wings 1. 



Horse prancing L, with loose 
rein ; above, bucraniam 
boond with fillet. 

AAAPil Horse prancing 1., 
with loose rein; his tail 
raised. 



EPIHrH? Similar, but 

ArOPEXl inscr. above 

and below the linear sqnare. 

EPINEOMHNIO Similar, 
but inscr. around the square. 



EPIIKE^IO around three 
sides of incuse square, within 
which linear square contain- 
ing vine ; on 1. of linear 
square, caducous. 





MAPXl Sinular. 
Similar iype. 



Similar type; above, owl flying 
towards 1. 

Similar type. 



Similar. 

EPIXOPHrO around the 
border of an incuse square, 
within which, a linear square 
containing vine; on 1. of 
linear square, a bee. 

EPIPOAYAPHTOY Si- 

milar ; but on 1., scorpion. 

EPIPOZIAEI9Y around 
three sides of incuse square, 
within which, linear square 
containing vine ; on 1. of 
linear square, staUc of barley. 



Fore-part of prancing horse 1. 



Sin^ilar. 



AA A Incuse square, within 
which dotted square enclos- 
ing vine-branch with bunch 
of grapes. 

Similar. 



MAKONEA. 



]27 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal. 

Size. 



31 



32 



33 



34 



35 



36 



37 



38 



39 



40 



41 



42 
43 



Obverse. 



Reverse. 



41' 



417 



39*1 



39-4 



44-8 



41-6 



M 



M 



M 



M 



M 



M -55 



6 



6 



65 



44 



45 
46 



36-8 



37-2 



M -55 



M -65 



43- 



41-2 



36-4 



M -55 
M -55 



M -6 



39' 
39- 



M -6 
M -6 



19-3 



18-2 
20-5 



47 



18- 



M -45 



Similar. 



Similar. 



H P Similar. 

K A Similar. 
M A Similar. 

n A Similar. 



H P Similar ; horse 
bridled. 

X P Fore-part of pranc- 

O ing horse r. 



Similar. 
Similar. 



M 



Pil 



Similar. 



Similar. 
Similar. 



Similar. 



Similar. 

Similar. 

Similar. , 

No iiiscr. Similar. 

AAA Similar ; in field 1., 
rhyton terminating in fore- 
part of horse. 

MAPn Nl Similar; no- 
symbol. 

AAA EP I Incuse square, 
within which dotted square 
containing vine-branch with 
bunch of grapes. 



Similar. 

M A 



PI 



Similar. 



EPIAPI5TOAEX1 around a 
dotted square containing 
a vine-branch with bunch 
of grapes. 

Similar. 

EPIHPAKAEIAEn Simi- 
lar. 



M -4 
M -36 



M -45 



H P Fore-part of pranc- 

ing horse 1., bridled. 



H Similar. 

Fore-part of prancing horse 1. : 
plain border. 



Similar. 



Incuse square, within which, 
dotted square containing 
vine-branch with bunch of 
grapes. 

AAAPX2N Similar. 

AAAP flN Tripod -lebes 
with three handles ; the 
whole in incuse square. 

Similar. 



128 



THRACE. 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal. 

Size. 


Obrene. 


Reverse. 








Period IV, Second and First Centuries B.C. 








Attic Standard. 


48 


2441 


.111-36 


Head of young Dionysos r., 
with band across the fore- 
head and ivy- wreath. 


AlONYZoY ZnTHPoZ 
MAPHNITXIN Diony. 

SOS, naked, standing 1., hold- 
ing grapes in r. and two 
stalks of the narthex in 1. ; 
his chlamys wrapped round 
1j arm; in field 1. a-nd r., 
:^ and fiff . 


49 


247- 


.R 1-36 


Similar. 


Similar ; but ^ and "jj^ . 


60 


245-7 


iRl-4 


Similar. 


Similar ; but ^ and 1^ . 


51 


242-4 


^1-46 


Similar. 


Similar ; but ^ and -j^ . 


62 


263-4 


iRl-26 


Similar. 


Similar ; but \^ and >W^ . 


63 


246- 


Ml'2 


Similar. 


Similar ; but "PE and € Y . 


64 


248- 


Ml'2b 


Similar. 


Similar ; but FE and ^ . 


66 


2481 


Ml'2 


Similar. 


Similar ; but TT and WE . 


56 


2641 


^1-26 


Similar. 


[A in inscr., not A] Similar; 
but "^ and A^ . 


67 


240-4 


iKri6 


Similar. 


Similar ; but |j^ and ^ . 


68 


263-8 


iRl-3 


Similar. 


Similar ; but "jfe and U> . 


69 


262-3 


^116 


Similar. 


Similar ; but -^ and . 


60 


243- 


iIll-26 


Similar. 


Similar ; but l{^ and ^ . 


61 


260- 


mr2 


Similar. 


Similar ; but 1^ and >K . 


62 


243-6 


M 1-36 


Similar. 


Similar ; but PJ3 and W . 



I Similar ; but Ht and FE , 



BarbaroDB ImitatiDn of the Coins of Maronea and ThasoB. 



ZQilHXnZ (tic.) Barbarous 
YOZYMOIA figure, stand- 
ing fall-face, draped ; wing 
springiog from r. shoulder; 
Koldiug in r. club bound 
with fillet, and in 1. two 
stalks of the narthez; be- 
neath, OAZIAN ? followed 
byaetar; in field 1., ^ . 



Period III. b.c. aire. 400-350. 



Horse prandng i 



Similar. 

Similar, 

Similar. 

Similar ; but beneath, if\ . 

Horse prancing r. 



MAPHNITUN round tliree 
sides of a linear square con- 
taining a vine ; beneath, ¥ ._ 

Similar; but E . 

Similar ; bnt M . 

Similar. 



MAPHN ITflN Similar; 
but 171 . 



130 



THBAGE. 



No. 



71 



Wt. 



Metal. I 
Size. 



Obverse. 



Beyerse. 



72 



73 

74 
76 

76 

77 
78 

79 
80 
81 
82 



M -7 



Head of Dionysos r., crowned 
with ivy : border of dots. 



M -95 



MIX 

Ml 

MV2 



EPIPYOoNIKoMAPil 

NITXIN round a dotted 
square, within which, a 
bunch of grapes with ten- 
drils. 



Period IV. Second and First Centuries B.C. 



Head of young Dionysos r., 
with band across the fore- 
head and ivy- wreath. 



Similar. 
Similar. 
Similar. 



^ 1* Similar head ; behind, X . 



^1-06 
M -8 

M -7 

M -75 

m -75 

M -7 



Similar. 
Similar type. 

Similar. 
Similar. 
Similar. 
Similar. 



AIONYZOY ZflTHPOZ 
MAPflNITflN Diony. 
SOS, naked, 1., holding bunch 
of grapes in r. and two 
stalks of the narthex in 1.; 
chlamys wrapped round his 
1. arm ; in field 1., E^ . 

Similar. 

Similar ; but E^ . 

[A, not A, in inscr.] Similar ; 
buthP . 

[A in inscr.] Similar. 

[A in inscr.] Similar. 

MAPX2NITX2N Similar 

type ; in front, TfE . 

Similar. 

Similar ; but bd . 

Similar ; but 5/^ . 

Same inscr. and similar type. 



MABON£A. 



131 



No. 



Wt. 



83 



84 



85 
86 



87 



88 



89 



90 



Metal. 
Size. 



Obverse. 



Reverse. 



M -95 



MV 



Ml'Ob 



M -8 



M -8 



M -9 



^1 



Period V, 



Under Roman Dominion? 



Head of Apollo, laur., r. 



Similar. 

Similar. 
Similar. 



M APflN ITON Asklepios, 
facing, head 1., holding staff 
round which serpent twines ; 

in field 1., * . 



MAPnNITUN 

but 2^ . 
Similar ; but ^ . 



Similar ; 



Similar type ; monogram ob- 



scure. 



Head of bearded Herakles, 
laur., r. ; club behind neck. 



Similar. 



MAPn Bridled horse, gal- 
N ITflN loping r. ; above 
and below, M* and JSf . 

Similar; no monogram be- 
neath horse. 



Imperial Coinage. 

Julia Domna. 

lOVAIA AOMNACEB Bust of Julia Domna r., draped; 
countermarked with vase ? 

Rev. MAPflN EITflN Concordia standing 1., wear- 
ing modius, holding patera and comucopiae. 

Volusianus. 

AVTBIBOVOA A€CTIANOC (sic.) Bust of Volu- 

sianus r., laur., wearing paludamentum. 

Rev. M APflN €ITilN Young Dionysos standing 

1., draped, holding bunch of grapes, and resting on 
thyrsos bound with fillet. 



182 



THRACE. 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal. 
Size. 



Obverse. 



BeYcrse. 



4 



5 



6 

7 



8- 



M -3 



19-4 



M -4 



18-6 



Ai -4 



4-8 



M -3 



M -66 



M -65 



iE -5 



MESEMBRIA. 



SILYEB. 



Period I. B.C. circ. 600-350. 



Attic Standard? 



Crested helmet, seen in front. | Quadripartite incuse sqnare. 



Similar. 



AAE'^A between the four 
spokes of a wheel, sur- 
rounded by converging lines 
or rays. 





Similar; beneath, A A (?) | Similar. 



Similar type. 



ME^K Similar. 



COPPER. 



Crested helmet, seen in front. 



Similar. 



Similar. 



ME'^A between the four 
spokes of a wheel, sur- 
rounded by converging lines 
or rays. 

Similar. 

MEmA Similar. 



MESEH6RU. 



133 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal. 
Size. 



Obverse. 



Beverse. 



8 



9 
10 

11 



12 



13 



14 



15 



M -75 



M '6b 



M 7 



M -86 



M -8 



Period 11. Second or First Century B.C. 



Female head r., diademed 
border of dots. 



Similar. 
Similar. 



Similar type. 



ME'^AM Pallaa Pro- 
BPIANUN machos 1., 

wielding spear and carrying 
shield. 

Similar. 

Similar. 



Similar. 



MEZAM 
BPIANXIN 

helmet 1. 

Similar. 



Similar type ; 
in field 1., 



iE3105 



MV 



Ml 



Imperial Coinage. 

Garacalla. 

AVKMAVP ANTONINOC Bust of Garacalla r., 
lanr., wearing cnirass and paludamentum. 

Rev. M€CAMBP lANIlN Apollo Masagetes, standing 
1., holding plectrum and lyre which rests upon 
a column. 

Gordianus Pius. 

AVTKMANTrOPAIANOCySr Bust of Gordianus r., 
laur.y wearing cuirass and paludamentum. 

Rev. MECAM BPIANflN Sarapis, wearing modius, 
standing 1., raising r. and holding sceptre in 1. 

Gordianus Pius and Tranquillina. 

AVTKMANTrOPAIANOCAVr Busts, face to fa<je, of 
CEBTPAN K Gordianus and Tran- 

VAAINA quillina; Gordianus 

r., laur., and wearing cuirass and paludamentum; Tran- 
quillina ]., wearing stephane, and draped. 

Rev. MEC AMBP I ANCH Apollo Musagetes, stand- 
ing 1., holding plectrum and lyre which rests upon 
a column. 



Obverse — BeTene. 



16^1- lAVTKMAN-rOPArANOCAVrCEBA 

TPANKVAA Similar. 

INA 

Rev. MECAMBP lANAN Concordia, Btuiding ]., wearing 
modias, holding patera and comncopiae. 

AVTKMANTrOPAIANOC/rCEB 

TPANKV Similar. 

AAINA 

Rev. MECAMBP lA NHN Female Sgnre, standing 1. 
wearing stephane, holding patera and box P 



Philippns Senior and Otacilia. 

AVTMIOVA*IAinnOC/rMWTAKIA Busts, face to face, 

C€BHPA of Philippus and 

CeB Otacilia; Philip- 

pnB r., laar., and wearing cniraes and palndamentnm ; Otaciliii 

1., wearing stephane, and draped. 

Rev. MKAI* PIANOJ Cytele, wearing modius, and 

veiled, Beated 1., holding patera, and resting on tympa^ 
nnm ; on either side of her, a rabbit. 



Same. (Samt 
Rev. Same, 



MESEMBRIA. 



135 




20 



Ml- 



21 



^105 



Philippns Junior. 

MAPIOVAIOC*IAinnO C Busts, face to face, of Philippus 
KAICA and Sarapis ; Philippus r., with 

P bare head, wearing cuirass and 

paludamentum ; Sarapis 1., wearing modius. 

Rev. MECAMBP lANOJ Apollo Musagetes 1., holding 
plectrum and lyre which rests upon a column bound with 
laurel. 

Similar. 

Rev. MECA^B PIANOI Pallas, standing 1., resting on 

shield and spear. 



22 



^1- 



23 



MVl 



Similar. 

Rev. MECAMBP I ANXIN Hygieia, standing r., hold- 
ing serpent with r., which feeds from patera held in 
her 1. 



MAPIOVAIOC4>IAinnOC Similar; but bust of Philippus 
KAICA with shoulders bare. 

Rev. MCCAMBP lANXlN Concordia, standing 1., wearing 
modius, holding patera and comucopiae. 



136 



THRACE. 



No. 



MetaL 
Size. 



Obyerse — Beyene. 



iEll 



i3Q115 



NICOPOLIS AD NESTUM. 

C O P P E K. 

Imperial Coinage. 

Sept. Severns. 

AVTAC€nTI C€VHPOCn Bust of Severus r., laur., 

wearing cuirass. 

Rev. OVAniAN NIKOFIOA Yoang Dionysos, standing 

1., holding bunch of grapes, and resting on thyrsos bound 
-with fillet. 



Caracalla. 

AVTKMAVPH ANTflNCINOC Head of Caracalla r., 
laur. 

Rev. OVANIKOnOAEUCnPMCCTIl Nemesis, standing 1., 
holding scales and staff;* at her feet, wheel. 



ODESSUS. 



137 



No. 



4 
5 
6 



7 



Wt. 



Metal. 
Size. 



Obverse. 



Reyerse. 



m -66 



ODESSUS. 



COPPER. 



After Alexander the Great. 



Fema]e head r., bound with 
wreath : border of dots. 



M -65 



M -7 



M -6 



M -7 



M 7 



M -95 



Female head r., bonnd with 
tainia. 



OAH^ITUN inscribed on 
a base, upon which reclines 
a River-god 1., resting on 
vase with 1. arm, which holds 
comucopiae ; in field above, 
reversed amphora. 

Similar. 



Second or Mrst Gentvry B.C. 



Head of Apollo r.', laur. 



Similar. 



Similar. 
Similar. 



OAHXITIl[N] River-god 
recumbent 1., holding patera 
and cornucopiae ; before 
him, a thyrsos upright; 
above, W. 

Similar ; but above, 0E . 

Similar ; but above, . 

Similar type. 



Imperial Coinage. 

Hadrianus. • 

AVTKAITPAI ANOCAAPIANOC Bust of Hadrianus 
r., laur., wearing paludamentum over 1. shoulder. 

Rev. O AH CC €ITI1N Apollo, naked to waist, seated 
1., holding in r. lustral branch, and with 1. lyre 
which rests on seat. 

T 



8 \JE '85| Similar. 

I ' Rev. OAHC CCITXIN The Emperor, on horseback, r., wear- 

I . ing cniraes and paludatnentum, and holding Bpear ; horse 

I I trotting. 

9 1^ 8 AVTOKPATWP AAPIANOC Head of Hadrianus r., lanr. 
I K«T. O A HC€ 1 TAN Similar type ; the horse gallopiiig. 

U. AareliuB. 
M 8 ' AVPH OVHPOC KAIC Head of M. AureliiiB r., bare. 

Rev. OAHC CCrTflN Herakles, standing 1., holding club 
and lion's skin. 

Gommodns. 

M er. AVTKMAVPANTKOMOAOC Head of Commodua r., laur. 
Rev. O AHC C€l TUN Demeter and Persephone, 
standing, face to face, each resting on a long torch ; 
Demeter 1,, veiled, holds ears of com; Persephone r,, 
holds patera. 

Caracal] a. 
MAVPAN TilNINOCA Bust of Caracalla r., beardless, 

bare-headed, wearing cuirass and paladamentum. 
Rev. O AHCC €1 TilN Apollo, naked to waiat, seated 1., 
holding in r. lustral branch, and with 1. lyre which rests 



AVTKMAVPC€V^PO CANTflNClNO C Head of Cara- 
calla r., laur. 

Rev. OAHCC € ITilN SarapisP wearing modins and 
holding patera and comucopiae, standing I, before a 
lighted altar. 



/El !aVTKMAVPC€VH 

Rev. Similar. 



POCANTnNIN OC Similar. 



0DE8SUS. 



139 




15 



M 106 



16 



M -96 



17 



18 



19 



20 



^106 



iElOS 



^106 



AVTKMAVPHAI 

laar. 



Elagabalas. 
ANTIIN El NCX Head of Elagabalas r. 



Rev. OAHCC EIT[ilN] Sarapis ? wearing modius, and hold- 
ing patera and cornncopiae, standing 1. before a lighted 
altar. 

AVTKMAVPH ANTn^ElNOC Head of Elagabalas r., 
laar. 

Rev. OAHCC EITXIN Similar type, bat Sarapis ? standing, 
facing. 



Severus Alexander. 

MAVPAAE ZANAPOC Bast of Sev. Alex, r., wearing 

cairass and paladamentam ; head bare. 

Rev. OAHCC EITI2N Sarapis ? wearing modius, and hold- 
ing patera and comacopiae, standing 1. before lighted 
altar. 



Gordianas Pias. 

ANTON IOC rOPAl ANOC Basts, face to face, of Gordianas 
AVTKM and Sarapis; Gordianas r., 

laar., wearing cairass and paladamentam ; Sarapis 1., wearing 
modias, and with cornacopiae at 1. shoulder. 

Rev. OAHC C EITI2N Sarapis, standing 1., wearing mo- 
dias ;^ he raises r. . hand, and holds sceptre in 1. ; in 
field 1., E . 



AVT'M-ANT-rOPAIANOC 



Avr 



Similar. 



Rev. 



OA HCCE I TUN Demeter, standing 1., veiled, 
and wearing peplos over chiton ; she holds ears of com, 
and rests on long torch ; in field 1., E • 



MVOh Similar. 

Rev. O AHC C EITUN Concordia, standing 1. be- 

fore a lighted altar; she holds patera and cornacopiae; 
in field 1., E . 



^ 



140 



THKACE. 



No. 



21 



Metal. 
Size. 



Obireree — Reverse. 



iE105 



t I 



Similar. 

Rev. O AH C C 



22 



MVOb 



23 



iE105 



EITUN Fortnna, standing 1., wear- 
ing modins, holding rudder and comucopiae. 



Gordianus Pius and Tranqoillina. 

AVTKMANTrOPAIANOC/rC€ Busts, face to fa<3e, of Gor- 

TPAN KV dianus and Tranquillina ; 

AAINA Gordianus r., laur., wear- 

ing cuirass and paladamentum ; Tranquillina 1. wearing stephane 
and draped. 

Rev. OAHC C CITUN Female figyire, (Demeter) standing 
1., holding ears of com, and resting upon long torch? at 
her feet, a fawn PL; in field 1., E . 

AVTKMANTrOPAIANOCArC€ 

TPANKVA Similar. 

A€INA 

Rev. OAHC CEIT Hades, seated 1., extending r. hand, and 
AN resting upon sceptre ; at his feet, Ker- 

beros 1. ; in field r., E . 



M 7 



ODRYS^ ? 

C F F £ B. 

After Alexander the Great 

Head of young Herakles r., wearing lion's skin. 
Rev. 0>PoH5^? Bull 1., on club ? 

See also below under Kings of the Odrysas. 






PAUTALIA. 



141 




PAUTALIA. 

C O P P E K. 

Imperial Coinage. 

Antoninus Pius. 

^115 AVT KAI T Al A API ANTIININOC Head of Antoninus 
r., laur. 

Rev. HrErAPriAl ANTIKOV Asklepios, standing, 

nAVTAAIIlTnN facing; he holds 

staff round which serpent twines- 

^115 AVTKAITAIAAPI ANTI2NINOC Similar. 

Eev. HrEMnOMHEl OVOHEICKOV Female figure, 

nAVTAAIHTXlN (the City) 

seated 1., wearing modius, holding globe on which Nike, 
and, on 1. arm, comucopiae. 



MV 



4 



MV 



iEl-S 



MV2 



M. Aurelius. 

MAVPH OVHP KAIC Bust of M. Aurelius 

r., head bare, wearing cuirass. 

Rev. riAVTAAIAC River-god, recumbent 1., holding poppy 
i^\/AniAr with ears of corn in r., and reeds in 1. 



OVAniAC 
AVK-M-AVPHAIOOANTXINEINOC 

and paludamentum. 

Rev. HAVTAAIA C 
OVAniAC 



Similar ; with cuirass 



Similar. 



AV PHAIOC Head of M. AureHus, bare, r. 

Rev. KrrAPANTEIK OV riAVTAAinT Pallas, standing 
1., before a lighted altar, holding patera, and resting on 
spear ; behind her, shield. 

AV-TKAIM - AVP ANTON INOC Head of M. AureHus r., 

laur. 
Rev HfEMTOVAAlO V MAZIMOV Female figure, 

HAVTAAI (the City) 

ilTUN seated 1., tur- 

reted, holding Nike and cornucopiae. 



142 



THBACE. 



No. 



MeUl. 
Size. 



ObTene — ReFerse. 



. 7 Ml lb Same. (Same die.) 

Rev. HfEM TO VAAI OV M AZI 

nAVTAAin 
TON 



8 



10 



11 



12 



13 



14 



M -9 



M -85 



M -85 



M -9 



M -85 



M -86 



Ml'2 



Tetrastyle temple, 
witliin which, sta- 
tues of Asklepios 
and Hjgieia. 



Fanstina Jnnior. 



♦AVCTEI NACEBACTH Bust of Faustina r., draped. 

Rev. OVAniACn A VTAAIAC Persephone 1., holding 
patera over flaming altar, and long torch. 

♦AVCTEINA CEBACTH Similar. 

Rev. OVAniACriA VTAAIAC Demeter, seated 1., veiled ; 
she holds ears of corn and rests on sceptre. 

Similar. 

Rev. OVAniAC riAV TAAIAC Pallas Nikephoros, seated 
1., resting on spear ; at her side, shield. 

Similar. 

Rev. OVAFI I ACn AVTAAI AC Hygieia, standing x., feeding 
serpent from a patera held in her 1. hand. 

Similar. 

Rev. Same inscr. Fortnna, standing 1., holding rudder and cor- 
nucopiae. 

Similar. 

Rev. Same inscr. Female figure (Hera?) standing I., veiled, 
holding patera and resting on sceptre. 



Commodus, 

AVKAI KOMOAOC Head of Commodus r., laur. 

Rev. Hr€ lOV KAC TOVOVAniAC Apollo, naked, 

AC standing 1., 

riAVTAAl before Hghted 

altar ; he holds patera and lustral branch. 



PAUTALTA. 



143 



No. 




Obverse — Reverse. 



15 



^115 



16 



iEl-15 



17 



^ -85 



18 



M 75 



Sept. Sevems. 

AVKACEHTI CEVHPOCn Bust of Sept. Severus r., laur., 

wearing cuirass and paludamentum. 

Rev. OVAniAC riAVTAAIAC Eagle, with spread wings, 
holding a wreath in his beak and a globe in his claws. 



CEVHPOCriE Head of Sept. Severus r., 



AVKACEHTI 

laur. 

Rev. HfE KAIKINA AAPfOV OVAHIAC HAV 

TAAIAC 



Similar 
type. 



AVKCEn CEVHPOCn Similar. 

Rev. OVAFI I ACn A VTAAI AC Emperor, standing 1., wear- 
ing cuirass and paludamentum, holding patera and resting 
on spear. 



19 



M 75 



20 



M 9 



21 



Ml 



22 



M -85 



AVTKAIC €n'C€V 
Rev. OVAniAC 

pent is coiled. 



AVKAC 



C€VH 



C n€P • Similar. 
AIAC Tripod, around which a ser- 

Similar. 



Rev. OVAniAC riAVTAAIAC Orescent, within which, four 
stars. 



Julia Domna. 

lOVAIA AOMNACEB Bust of J. Domna r., draped. 

Rev. riAV TAAIA Bust of the City, turreted and 

veiled, r. 

lOVAIAAO MNA'CEBA Bust of J. Domna r., draped. 

Rev. riAVTAAl Artemis, running r., clad in 

short chiton, drawing an arrow from a quiver slung at her 
shoulder. 
Restruck on coin with the type of Nemesis standing 1., 
riAVTA and wheel only visible. 

lOVAIA AOMNACEB Similar. 

Rev. riAVTAAHlTXlN Nike, advancing 1., bearing wreath 
. and palm. 



144 



THBACE. 



No. 



Metal. 
Size. 



Obyene — Keverse. 



22 JE 9 



24 



M -95 



25 



26 



27 



28 



iEllS 



MV2 



Ml'2 



^11 



29 



30 



31 



Mil 



.Ell 



^11 



lOVAIAAO MNACEB Similar. 

Rev. OVAniACn AVTAAIAC Hygieia, standing r., 

feeding serpent from patera held in her 1. 

Similar. 

Rev. riAVTA AII2TI2N Forfcuna, standing 1., wearing 

modius, holding rudder and comncopiae; at her feet, 
globe. 



Caracalla. 

AVTMAVPHAICX ANTI2NEINOC Bust of CaracaUa 

r., laur., wearing cuirass and paludamentum. 

Rev. HfEKAIKI rOVOVAHIAC HAV Concordia, 

TAAIAC standing 

1., wearing modius, before lighted altar ; she holds patera 
and comncopiae. 

AVTKM AVPH ANTIIN I NOC Head of Caracalla r., laur. 

Rev. OVAniAC n AVTAAIAC Dionysos, naked, standing 
1., wearing cothurni ; he holds grapes and reversed thyrsos 
bound with fillet ; at his feet, panther. 

AVTM AVPH ANTON I NOC Head of Caracalla r., laur. 

Rev. Same inscr. Military figure, standing r., holding spear and 
shield. 

AVTKM AVPH ANTilNEINOC Head of Caracalla r.,! 
laur. 

Rev. Same inscr. Asklepios, standing, facing, head 1. ; he holds 
staff round which serpent twines. 

Same inscr. Bust of Caracalla r., laur., wearing paludamentum: 
fastened on 1. shoulder. I 

Rev. Same inscr. Nemesis, standing 1., holding scales and staff; 
at her feet, wheel. 

AVTMAVPH ANTilNEINOC Head of Caracalla r., laur. 

Rev. Same inscr. Serpent with fish's tail, coiled, head to r. 
surrounded by itidiate nimbus. 

I 

Similar. 

Rev. Same inscr. Serpent, coiled, head to 1. surrounded by 
radiate nimbus. 



Obverse — KeTscse. 

AVTKMAV • ANTilNINOC Bust of CaracaUa r., lanr., 

wearing otiira^ and palndamentam. 
R«T. HrE OVAniAC Similar type; ser- 

HAVTAAIA pent's head r. 

AVTKMAVP ANXnNINOC Bust of Caracalla 1.^ 

laur., wearing cniraas and palndamentom, and armed with spear 
and shield adorned with Gorgon's head. 

Rey. OVAFIIAC riAVTAAIAC Concordia, standing !., 
wearing modins, holding patera and comucopiae. 

AVTKMAVPH ANTONINOC Similar. 

Rev. OVAniACn Aaklepioa, seated 1,, his head tamed i 



AVTAAIA 
C 



inged dragon flying r. ; he holds stall 
around which serpent twines. 



AVTKMAVPCEV ANTHNEINOC Head of CaracaUa r., 

bearded, lanr. 
Rev. OVAniAC HAVTAAIAC Fortnna, standing 1., hold- 
ing rudder which rests on globe, and comucopiae. 

Similar. 

Rev. Same inscr. Hermes, naked, standing 1., holding parse and 
oaducens ; over 1. arm, cfalamjs. 

AVKAC ANTXININO ' Head of Caracalla r., laur. 
Rev. OVAHtACn A VTAAIAC Similar type. 

AVKAC ANTilNIN O C Bast of Caracalla r., lanr., 

wearing cuirass and palndameDtum. 
Rev. OVAniAC riAVTAAIAC Zeus, seated I., on throne, 
holding patera and resting on sceptre. 



AVT AC 

Rev. Same inscr 



ANTANI Similar. 
Basket containiag fruit, &c. 



146 



THRACE. 



No. 



Metal. 

Size. 



Obverse — Reverae. 



40 ^ -8 



Geta. 

ACEFITI FETAKAI Bust of Geta r., bare-headed, wearing 

cuirass and paludamentum. 

Rev. riAVTAA EilTXlN Thanatos, winged, standing r., 
leaning with 1. elbow on inverted torch which rests upon 
a garlanded altar. 





41 ^E 75'n'ACEnT« FETAKAI Similar. 

Rev. OVAPIIAC riAVTAAIAC Tripod, round which serpent 
coils. 



42 



AZ 6b 



43 JFj -7 



44 



iEl'l 



46 iE115 



riA-CEn TETACK Head of Geta r., bare. 

Rev. ovAniAcn 

TAAI 



Lion advancing r. 



ACE TETAC-K- Similar. 

Rev. OVAFIIAC riAVTAAIA (sic.) Lighted altar, gar- 
landed. 



46 M 11 



AVTKnCEn TIMITETAC Bust of Geta r., laur., wearing 

cuirass and paludamentum. 

Rev. OVAPI I AC n AVTAAI AC Asklepios, standing towards 
r., his head turned back, holding staff round which ser- 
pent coils. 

AV K- nC€ FETAC Head of Geta r., laur. . 
Rev. OVAFIIAC n AVTAAI AC Similar. 

AVTKnC€ FITI FETAC Bust of 'Geta r., laur., wearing 
cuirass and paludamentum. 

Rev. Same inscr. Serpent, with lion's head and fish's tail 
(Chnuphis), coiled, head r. 



PERINTHTTS. 



147 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal. 
Size. 



Obverse. 



Reverse. 



O 



M -8 



PERINTHUS. 



COPPER. 



After Alexander the Great, 



Head of Pallas, 
crested helmet, r. 



wearing 



M -9 



M ^8 



PEPIN The fore-parts of 
IXIN two horses, in 

opposite directions, joined 
by their bodies. 



Period of Boman Dominion, 



Bearded male bnst r., wearing 
tainia ? border of dots. 



M 7 



M -7 



Busts of Sarapis and Isis, 
jugate, r. ; Sarapis wears 
modius ; Isis, head-dress of 
horns globe and plumes : 
plain border. 



M -6 



M -6 



Bust of Demeter r., veiled ; 
in front, ears of com : bor- 
der of dots. 

riEPIN eiXlN Basket, 
containing a poppy-head be- 
tween two ears of com : bor- 
der of dots. 

Head of Hermes r., wearing 
winged petasos : border of 
. dots. 

Bust of Dionysos r., wearing 
ivy- wreath : border of dots. 



HEPIN einiSI Apollo 
Musegetes, standing 1., hold- 
ing laurel-branch and lyre 
which rests upon a column : 
border of dots. 

HEPIN eiXlN HaiT)o. 
crates, naked, standing 1., 
wearing on his head the 
lotus, raising his r. hand to 
his mouth, and holding cor- 
nucopiae and chlamys on r. 
arm : border of dots. 

INeiXlN Cista mys- 
tica, from which issues ser- 
pent : border of dots. 



Two cornuacopiae 
border of dots. 



crossed : 



HEPIN eiilN Winged 
caduceus : border of dots. 



nEPINeiAN Lyre bor- 
derof dots. 



148 



THRACE. 




8 



M '8 ! Similar head : same border. 



10 



11 



12 



13 



14 



M '95' Head of Herakles 1., lanr. ; clab 
I over r. shoulder : border of 
dots. 



M 75 



M -8 



M -85 



inNnNTONCrmN Head 
of Herakles 1., lanr. : border 
of dots. 

Similar. 

ihnxintonkticthn 

Similar type r. : border of dots. 



riEPIN eillN Herakles, 

standing r., leaning on clnb 
which rests on rock; over 1. 
shoulder hangs lion's skin: 
border of dots. 

nEPiN einN zeus, 

seated 1., holding patera, and 
resting on sceptre ; at his feet, 
eagle : border of dots. 

^EPlNelnNAlc^EnKO 
ph n 

Club, upwards : border of dots. 
Similar. (NE not NE in inscr.) 

nEPINGIXlNAICNEnKOP 

Club, upwards : border of dots. 



^125 



^1- 



Imperial Coinage. 



Nero. 



NEPIINKAAYAIOZKAIZAP Head of Nero 1., laur. 
Rev. HEPIN 



oinN 



within an oak wreath. 



N EPXIN KAICAPCEB ACTOC Head of Nero r., laur. 

Rev. riEPIN Divinity (Isis?) wearing modius, clad in long 
OIIIN peplos and chiton, standing r. in prow r. 





Obverse — Kerene. 



Poppeea. 

nOnriAIA ZEBAZTH East q{ Poppaea r., wearing 

stephane. 

ev. n E Head-dreBB of Isis, coneiating of honiB globe 

and plnmoB, ct^ssed beneath by two ears of com ; the 

whole within olive- wreath. 

Similar. 

Rev. Similar. 

DomitianoB. 

AYTOK'KAIZAP'AOAMTIANOX-SEB'rEP Head of 

DomitiannB r., latii*. 
Rev. riEPIN OinN Herakles, naked, standing 1., holding 

clab downwards ; over 1. shonlder, lion's akin. 

NE POVAZ eEOZ ZEBAZTOZ Head of Nerva r., lanr. 
Bev. riEPIN OIHN Concordia, standing 1., holding patera 

and comncopiae. 



•Head of Trajanae r. 



TrajanuB. 

AVKAINETPAIANOZ PEP 

radiate. 

Bev. PEPI N9lflN Portuna, standing 1,, wearing modius, 
holding mdder and comncopiae. 

Tfajanns and Plotina. 
AYNEP NOCKAKET AA Bnst of Trajanns r, lanr. 

Rev, nAllTEtCEBAC THHEPtNeinN Bast of Plotina 
r., draped, and wearing stephai 



ObreraB — Ee verse. 



Antoninns Pins. 

AVTKAITAIAIAAPIANOC-ANTnNEtNOC Head of Anto- 
QinnB r., bare. 

OlilN Apollo ^^^ ArtemiB, in biga r., horees galloping. 

Similar; wgis on breast. 

Rev. EnmOPKlOVMAPKEA AOVRPECB Nike, stand- 
HEPIN ei ilN ingr., na- 

ked to waist, her 1. foot resting upon a helmet ; with her 1. 
hand she holds a shield, which is fixed to a palm-tree, and 
which she inscribes with her r. 




InBcr. obscnre. HeadofAntoniniisr., radiate: conntermarked, /v 

Rev. Yn*ABArPinn€tNOVnEP Heraklee, naked, 

seated 1. on rock, holding club downwards in r.; 1. resting 



M. Anreliiia. 

AVTKAIMAVP ANTONINOC Bust of M. Aorehna 
head bare, wearing cflirass and paludamentum. 

Kev. REPINeiilN ERI TAP Nike, in biga r., holding 
ANTEIKOV reins and pahn; ho 

walking. 



PERINTHUS. 



151 




25 



26 



27 



28 



29 



Eaustina Junior. 

M 9 ♦AVCTEINA CEBACTH Bust of Faustina r., draped. 

Rev. riEPIN OIAN The Empress as Concordia, standing 

1. before a lighted and garlanded altar, holding patera and 
cornucopiae. 

Sept. Severus. 

M -95 AV-K- A'Cen C€VHPOCn€ Head of Severus r., laur. 

Hev. riE PIN 0II1N Hermes, naked, seated 1. on rock, 
holding caduceus forwards. 

-^14 AV-K-A<€n C€VHPOCn Bust of Severus r., radiate, 
wearing cuirass and paludamentum. 

Rev. n €PI N 0II1N Galley, with rowers, under sail 
N6X1KOPX1N r.; in the stem, behind the 

pilot, are two legionary standards. 

M 1-251 AVKACEn CEVH POCH E Head of Severus r., laur. 

Rev. riEPINeiflN NEOKOPilN Concordia, sacrificing 
1. at lighted altar ; she holds patera and cornucopiae. 



Ml 2 



30. 



MVOb 



31 \M 1-15 



32 



^1-1 



AVKAC€n C€VHPOCn€ Similar. 

Rev. riEPINGI n N NGUKOPXIN Military figure, 
standing 1., holding spear, and resting on shield ; on either 
side, a legionary standard. 

AV'K-AC€n C€VHPOCn Head of Severus r., laur. 

Rev. riEPINeiilN NEXIKOPXIN Artemis, wearing short 
chiton, standing r., holding torch and strung bow ; at her 
feet, hound. 

AVK'A-CEn CEVHPOCn Bust of Severus r., laur., wear- 
ing cuirass and paludamentum. 

R^v. AKTIA nVeiA Table with lions' feet; upon it, 

riEPINGIHN two agonistic urns, between 

N EQKOPXIN which, two palms ; beneath the 

table, an amphora and five balls or discs. 

KACEHTI CEVHPOCriE Head of Severus r., laur. 

Rev. C€BHP€IA HPflTA nCPINeiAN N€OK OPXIM 

Table with lions' feet, upon which, a trumpet and an 
agonistic urn containing a palm. 



^o-j g^" I Obrene— H«TMBe. 

"l !~~ ~~ ^ ~ ^ 

i3^125AY"K-A-CEn CEYHPOCn Similar. 

Ro7. E ni AHMIAB-CEYHPOY GaUey 1, with rowers ; 

nEPINeiUN in the prow, a mil:' 

I NEilKOPHN taiy fignre, with i 

raised and holding parazonium ; in the stem, two legiooaij 

I standards ; in the field, above, an octastyle temple. 



U\si 9 lOVAIA 



Jnlia Donnui. 
AOMNA C€ Bnst of Domna r. 



draped. 



I Rev. n€PI NeiXl NNCnKOPHN Concordia, wearing 
j moditis, and holding patera and oomncopiae, ,BacriGcing 

I 1. at lighted altar. 

I 
lOVAIAAO MNAC€B Similar. 

, n€PiNeinN n enKOPn n similar 

lOVArA AOMNAC€B SimiUr. | 

. nCPIN eiAN N EnKOPHN Concordia, Btand-j 

ing 1., holding patera and comncopiae. , 



Caracalla. 

MAVPHA-AN TiiNINOCKAl Bust of Caracalla r., he 

bare, wearing cniraas and palud amentum. 
Rev. nCPINeiAN N€nKOPn N Zena, seated I. 
throne, holding patera and resting on sceptre. 



•AVT'KM'AVP'C€OVH'' AtTllNrNOCAVr Bust ofL 

Caracalla r., lanr., wearing cuirass with Goi^on's head on breasts 

plate, and eegia on 1. shoulder, holding apear in 1. i 

Rev. nEPINei HN NEnKOpnN Sarapis, standing I., 

wearing modius, extending r. hand and holding acepfcre in 

1. ; at bis feet, a lighted altar. 



PEBINTHU3. 



Obvwse— Kaverae. 

Same. Same die. 

Rev. nEPINei n N NEflKOPHN Similar type ; bnt 
Sarapis holds in r. a basket snepended by a cord. 

AVT'K-MAVP-CeOVH' ANTONINOC AVP Bust of 
Caracalla r., laar., wearing onirass and paludameiitam. 

Bev. n EPINernN N CaracaUa in qnad^ga l., 

holding patera and Boeptre Biirmounted b; eagle, horsee 



Bev. nCPIN em NN€n KOPXIN Female fignre 
(the City), standing 1., tarreted, holdiug in either hajid 
a temple ; in &out, a lighted altaJ-. 



AVT'K-MAVP-CeOVH* ANTiiNINOC-AVr Bnsi 
Caracalla r., laur., wearing cuiraaa and paludamentum. 

Rev. riEPI N eiHN Two temples facing each other j 
NEQKOPilN above, two agonistic nma contain- 

ing palms, beneath which, AKTIA IIVOIA . 



Rev. n€PI N eiflN Similar type ; i 
NCilKOPn 



AKTIA nVGI 
A 



Obnne— Berene. 



AVTK'MAVPCeOVtf-ANTnNINOCAVr 

GatHcalla r., lanr. and ractiale. 



nEPiN ei n 
hEiiKOPn 



N GftUey, with rowers, nnder sail, 
r. ; in the stem, behind the pilot, 
are two legionary standards. 



M -8 jANTilNtNOC-n-AVrOVCTOC Head of Caracalla r., laur. 

I Rev. n€PINeinN r£ nKOPXlN Athlete, naked, etand- 
I ing facing, looking r., crovrniug himself with r. and 

holding palm in 1. 



Caracalla and Geta. 

AVT K M AV ANTHN€INOC KAI n C £n PeTAC KAI 

Bnsts, face to face, of Caracalla r., lanr., and Ge(a 1., with head 
bare ; each wearing cnirass and paludamentam. 

Eev. AKTIA nY©IA Table with lions' feet, 

4>IAAA€A4*€IA ' npon which are two 

n€PINeiX2N agonistic nros; 

N€ilKOPnN tween them, two 

palms; beneath the table, an amphora and five balls or 



Geta. 

AVTKPAnCCn r€TACC€B Bust of Geta r., lanr., wear- 

ing cnirass and paladamentutn. 

Rev. nCPINemN N CAKOPAN Aeqnitas, tnrreted, 
standing I., holding scales and comacopiao. 



Obreree — Eavene. 

AVTKPAnC €nr€TACC€B Siimlar. 
Rev. nePINemN NCTIKOPAN Nemesis, winged, 

standing 1., holding scales and staff; at her feel, wheel. 



AVTKPA-nCe n-rCTACCeB Snst of Geta r., radiate, 

wearing cniraas and paludameutnm. 
Rev. "MAAAEA ♦EIA REPINemN Caracalla and 
NCnKOPilN Geta, standing, 

face to face, tlieir r. bands joined, and each holding 
scroll in his 1. 

A CEn TETACCEB Similar 
Bev. 4»rAAAEA^ EIA REPINeinN 

NE Similar. 

ilKOPilN 

AVTKPAnCC nr€TACC€B Similar. 

Rev. AKTIA nVeiA Table with lions' feet, 

<MAAA€A4>£IA npon which are two 

nCPINeiHN agonistic urns, with 

N€i2KOPl^ two palms between 

them ; beneath the table, an amphora and five balls or disos. 

AVTKPAnCen reXACCCB similar ; lam-. 
Rev. AKTIA HVOIA 

REPINeiWsJ 
NEAKOP 
AN 



Similar. 



Elagabalus. 

AVT-KM'AVP-C€VH ■ ANTHNEINOCAV Bast of Ela- 

gabalna r., laur., wearing cniraas and palndamentam. 
Rev. nCPlNemNAIC t^nKOPilN Hemkles, naked, r., 

holding club downwards ; lion's skin over 1. arm ; iu his 
extended 1. hand he holds apples ; in front is the tree of the 
Eesperides, aroand the tmnk of which dead serpent istwined. 



AVT-KMAVPCCVH ANTONEtNOCAVF Bnafc of Elaga- 
bains r., laor., wearing cniress with Gorgon's head on breast- 
plate, and aagis on 1. Bhonlder. 
Rev. nEPINeinNArCNEAKOPAN Herakles, naked, 

standing 1., holding patera, and clnb npwarda, lion's skin 
on I. arm, sacrificing at lighted and garlanded altar, 
field above which, an eagle with wings spread. 



AVTKMAVPH ANTilNEINOC Bnst of Blagabalns r., 
lanr., wearing cuirass and paladamentom. 

Bv. HEPtNGinN AlC NEHKO Demeter and Concordia, 
PilN facing one another ; De- 

meter r., veiled and holding long torch, Concordia 1., oany- 
ing cornucopiae ; between them, a lighted altar. 



AVTKMAVPHAIOCANTfiNEINOC'AVrOV Bust of Ela- 
gabaloB I*., radiate, wearing cuirass. 

Rm. nEPiN einN 

AICNEHKO 
PilN 



Obrene — B«TCi*e. 

AVTKMAVPHAI ANTONEINOCCE Bust of Elagabalas 
r., Unr., wearing cniraaa. 

Rev. HEPINeinNAIC NEnKOPilN Ekgabalns, radiate, 
weariDg cairasB and palndamentam, and holding patera 
and Bpear, eacrificing 1. at lighted altar. 



Severus Aleiander. 

AVTKMAVPCEVAAEiANAPOCAV" Bnet of Sevema Alex- 
ander r., lanr., wearing enirasa with Got^n's head on breastplate, 
and »giB on 1. shoulder. 

07. riEPIN eiWSJ Within a dotted circle, Zeas, seated, 

BNE MKO facing, holding patera and sceptre; 

PWN IL^NaN at his feet, eagle ; in field above 

Helios and Selene ; Helios r., in a qnadriga, Selone 1. 
a biga drawn by balls, each group Bnrmonnted by the 
Bvmbol of the other ; {i.e., creacent over the horsea of 
Helios aad star over the bulls of Selene i) beneath the 
figure of Zens are Qaia and Thalaasa recarabent i Qaia r., 
holding comucopiae, Thalaasa 1., with head-dress of crab's 
claws, and holding rodder, at her feet, a prow ; between 
the inner circle and the outer border are the signa of the 
Zodiac. 



AVKMAVPtEV AAEZANAPOC Bost of Severus Alex- 
ander r., lanr., wearing Gnirass and paludamenttun. 

Bev. liE PINei MNA IC The Emperor, wearing cni. 
NEW rass and palndamentam, 

KOPWJ on horse galloping r. ; he 

holds spear in r^aed r. 



Si». 
Bl-25 



Obvei'se— Beveiae. 



MAVPCEVAAEZANAPOCAV Bust of Sereraa Alex- 
ander T., radiate, wearing cairass aud paludamentom. 

ev. riEPINemNAICNEIlKO Table witt lions' feet, upon 
PAN which are two agonistic 

nmB, each containing a palm ; beneath the table is an 
ampliora and five balls or discs. 



AVTKMAVC€VAA€ZANAPOCAV" Bust of SeyemB Alex- 
ander r., lanr., wearing cairass and palndamentnni. 



ITPINemNAIC tvEHKOPAN 

patera and cornncopiae. 



Gordianus Pins. 



5AVT'KMANTTO PAIANOCAVr Bast 
laur., wearing cuirass with Gorgon's head 



Concordia )., holding 



nEPINeinNA IC NEAKOPHN Herakles, naked, 
holding club downwards ; lion's skin over I. arm ; in 
his extended 1. hand he holds apples ; in front is the tree 
of the Hesperides, round the tmi^ of which dead serpent 
is coiled. 



PERlNTHtS. 



OljTerBe— BerersB. 

MANTiirOP ArANOCAVrO Bust of Gordianus r., radiat 
wearing cuiraaa and palodainentnm. 

Eev. n E PINeinNBNE Apollo, wearing cWamys, an 
AKOPAN ArtemiB, with inflated veil, i 

biga r., horses galloping. 



e. (Same die.) 

. nEPiNeiHN 

N 

AVT'K'M-ANT-rOPAIANOCAV* Bast of GordiannB r., 
radiate, wearing cuiraaa and paludamentnni. 

Rev. riEPINe inN Galley, with rowers, under sail, r.; 
AlChEAKO in the stem, behind the pilot, two 

PAN stajidarde ; in front, a dolphin L 

AVTKMANXr OPAIANOCAV Bust of Gordianua r., 
laar., wearing cuirass and paludamentom. 

Kev. nEPINeirUMAIC N EnKOPHN Pallas 1., holding 
patera and spear ; on her 1. arm, shield. 

AVTKMANTr OPAIANOCA/ Head of Gordianus r., laur. 

Rev. HEPINeifNA I ChCJlKOPfi Dionysos 1., holding 
kantharoB and thyrsos. 

AVTKMANT TOPAIANOCA/ Similar. 

Rev. REPINeinN AlCt^IlKOP Naked male figure, 
OJ athlete ? in attitude 

of Nike, 1., holding wreath and pab 



Obrene— Berene. 

MANXrOPA Similar. 

Rot. HEPINei A NAIO^AKO Similar. 

MANTrOP AIANOCAVr Boat of Oordianna r., lanr., 

wearing cnirasa and pain dam en torn. 
Rev. riEPI X2NA ICr£X2KOPnN Concordia 1., holding 
patera and oomacopiae, sacrificing at lighted altar. 

MANXrOPA lANOCAVr Head of Gordianos r., laur 
Rev. (lEPINeiXl NAICNEflKO Naked male fignre, atb- 
PAN lete F advancing 1., 

plunging his r. arm into a vaee. 



Tranqoillina. 

CABEINfAT PANKVAA€INA Bngt of TranqniUina r., 

draped, and wearing stephane. 
Rev. riEPINGIANA I CMEAKOP Bemeter, veiled, stand- 
ing I., holding ears of corn, and resting on long torch. 

CABeiNIAT PANKVAACrNA Similar. 
Rev. REPINeinNAI C NEAKOPA Concordia 1., holding 
patera and comacopiae, sacrificing at lighted altar. 

Similar. 

Rev. nEPINOinNAICNCnKOPA Similar. 



Gallieains. 

AVT TAAAHNOCCCB (sic.) Bnet of GaUienos 1., lanr., wear- 
ing cnimaa and paludamentnm, armed with spear and shield 
ornamented with Gorgon's head. 

Rev. nEPINGinNAICNEnKOPOl Herakles, naked, r., con- 
tending with the Nemean lion ; in field L, clnb downwards. 



PHILIPPOPOLIS. 



161 




^11 



Ml-2b 



MV2 



4 



.El-26 



SMYRNA AND PERINTHUS IN ALLIANCE. 

See Smyrna. 



PHILIPPOPOLIS. 



COPPEE. 



Imperial Coinage. 
Domitianus. 



Head 



5 



^1-25 



IMPCAESpOMITAyOQERMCOSXIIIICENSPERP 

of Domitianus r., radiate. 

Rev. ♦lAinnO nOAEITIlN Naked male figure, stand- 
ing 1., holding patera and two javelins ? and resting upon 
column. 

Antoninus Pius. 

AVTAIAAPIA ANTON El NOC Bust of Antoninus r., 

head bare, wearing cuirass and paludamentum. 

Rev. <l>IAinnOnOAEITXlN Zeus, seated 1., holding patera 
and resting on sceptre. 

Same inscription. Head of Antoninus r., laur. 

Rev. ♦lAinnO f nOAEITON River-god Hebros re- 

clining r., holding reed, and resting on rock from which 
water flows ; before him stands a female figure, the City, 1., 
tulreted, holding patera and resting on sceptre. 

AVTKAITAIAIAAPIANOCANTONINOC Head of Anto- 
ninus r., bare. 

Rev. EniANTIHNIlNOC4>IAinnOnOAEITON River- 
god Hebros reclining 1. on rock from which water flows ; 
he holds ears of corn and cornucopiae. 

AVTAIAAPIA ANTiiNEINOC Head of Antoninus r., 
laur. 

Rev. HrErAPriAIANTIKOV<l>IAinnOnOAEITON Si- 
milar type. 

T 



162 



THRAOG. 



t I 

Metal. 

Size. 



No. 



Obverse — Eeverse. 



6 .iEl-2 



^115 



8 



iE 75 



10 



^ -8 



M 75 



Similar. 

Rev. HrETAPriAIANTIKOV^IAinnOnOAl TheCitjr, 

TON seated 

1., tarreted, holdiog patera and resting on sceptre. 

Same. Same die. 

Rev. HFE TAPriAl ANTIKOV^IAinnOnOAEITUN 

Concordia 1., sacrificing at lighted altar, holding patera 
and comncopiae. 

AIAAPI ANTONEINOC Similar. 

Rev. ♦lAinnO nOAEITON Similar. 

AVTAIAAPI ANTONEINOC Similar. 

Rev. ♦lAinnOnO A€ITON Dlonysos, naked, l., hold- 

ing kantharos and thyrsos. 

AVTAIAAPI ANTONEINO C Head of Antoninus r., 

bare. 

Rev. ♦lAinnO nOAEI Naked warrior, helmeted, 1., 

resting on spear ; behind him, a round shield. 



11 



M -8 



12 



M -95 



ISIMI 



U 



M -85 



M. Aurelius. 

AVKAIMAVPH ANTONEIN Head of M. Aurelius r., 

bare. 

Rev. ♦I Al n no nOAEITflN Coucordia 1., turreted, hold- 
ing patera and cornucopiae. 



Faustina Junior. 

♦AVCTEIAN (sic.) CEBACTI4N Bust of Faustina r., draped. 

Rev. <MAinnO nOAEITON Apollo, naked, 1., hold- 

ing patera and bow. 

♦AVCTEINA CEBACTH Bust of Faustina r., draped. 

Rev. Same inscr. Demeter, veiled, standing 1., holding ears of 
corn and resting on long torch. 

♦AVCT6INA N€A C6BACTH Bust of Faustina r., draped. 

Rev. <l>IAinnO nOA€ITON Pallas, standing r., hel- 

meted ; she holds patera and rests on spear. 



PHILIPPOPOIilS. 



163 



No. 




Obverse — Reverse. 



15 



M 75 



16 



M 75 



17 



^115 



18 



^1-25 



19 



M 8 



20 



M 75 



21 



M 7 



Similar. 

Bev. Same inscr. Dionjsos, naked, standing 1., holding kantharos 
and tbjrsos. 



Commodus. 
AVTKAIAAVP HKOMOAOC Head of Commodus r., laur. 

Rev. ♦lAinnO nOAEITIlN Eagle, with closed wings, 
standing r., on thunderbolt, looking back, holding wi-eath 
in beak. 

Same inscr. Bust of Commodus r., laur., wearing cuirass and 
paludamentum . 

Rev. Hr COVEA MAPKIANOV ♦lAinnOnOAEITilN 

Nike, advancing r., carrying trophy ; before her, a captive, 
seated r., on cuirass, in despondent attitude. 

AYKAIAAYP KOMOAOC Head of Commodus r., laur. 

Rev. HrEKA^CEPOVEIAlOV ♦lAI Nike, in biga r., hold- 

"" ' ing reins and palm ; 



nonoAEi 

TON 



horses walking. 



22 



M 7 



23 



M 75 



KAIMP AVKOMOAOC (He,) Head of Commodus r., 
laur. 

Rev. ♦lAinnOnO AEIT Fortuna, standing 1., hold- 

ing rudder and comucopiae. 

AVM-AV KOMOAOC Similar. 

Rev. ♦lAinnOn OAEITON Concordia, standing 1., 

holding patera and cornucopiae. 

AVKAIMA KOMMOAOC Similar. 

Rev. <MAinn on OAEITXIN Demeter, veiled, stand- 

ing 1., holding ears of corn and torch. 

AVTKAIAAV PH KOMOAOC Similar. 
Rev. ♦lAinn OnO AEITON Kantharos. 



Crispina. 

KPICn€IN AC6BACTH Bust of Crispina r., draped. 

Rev. ♦lAinn OnOAEITON Zeus, seated 1., holding 

patera and resting on sceptre. 

t Y 



164 



THRAOE. 



No. 



Metal. 
Size. 



ObTcrac — Reverae. 



24 M 7 KPICn€INA C€B[A]C[T]H Similar. 

Hev. ♦lAinnOn OAEITXIN Hermes, naked, L, holding 



pnrse and caduceus ; chlamys over 1. arm. 



25 .M 75 Similar. 



26 



27 



M -75 



Rev. ♦lAinnOnOAEITXIN River-god Hebros reclining 1., 
holding reed and comncopiae. 

Similar. 

Rev. Same inscr. The Emperor, on horseback, galloping r., 
r. arm raised. 



iE115 



28 



29 



30 



31 



AVTKACEnT 



Sept. Severus. 
CEVHPOCn Head of Severus r., lanr. 



^115 



M 75 



M 7 



M 75 



Rev. MHTPO*IA innOnO Zeus, seated 1., holding 

AEQC • patera and resting on 

sceptre. 

AVK'ACE CEVHPOCn Bust of Severus r., laur., wear- 

ing cuirass. 

Rev. Hr-nrABAPBAPOV*IAmnOnOAIT04 Eaglel., 
with spread wings, on thunderbolt, holding wreath in 
beak r. 

AV K- A-C€n C6VHPOC Head of Severus r., laur. 

Rev. ♦lAinnOn OAEITUN Apollo, naked, standing L, 
holding patera and lustral branch. 

AV'K'A'C C€VHPOC Similar. 

Rev. 4>iAmnonoAEi 



TXIN 



Lion advancing r. 



AVKAC€ C6VHPOC Similar. 

Rev. ♦lAinnOnOAEITXIN Tripod, round which serpent 
twines. 



PHILIPPOPOLIS, 



♦lAin nOnOAITUN crescent, horns upwards 
above, three stars. 




AVKAC 

Rev. 



CeVHPOC Simaar. 



♦tAinnOnOAEITflN crescent ; above which are 
nine stars, and beneath, two. 



Jnlia Domna. 

lOVAIA AOMCEBA[CT]H Bost of Donma r., draped. 

Rev. ♦lAin no nOAITHN Nike, advancing ], 

holding wreath and palm. 



Caracal la. 
M'AV'KAI ANTflr^lNOC Head of Caracalla r., bare. 

AVTKMAVPCEVH ANTHNEINCC Bmt ot Carmalla 1., 

laur., Tvearing cniraes. 
E.V KOINONePAKIlNAAE ZANAPIA EN tlAI 

mono 

Discobolus, standing 1., holding three balls and disc ; across 
the field, RV OIA . 



Obreree — BeTerse. 

Same inscr. Bast of Caracalla r,, radiate, wearing cnirass antl 

paladamentam. 

Rev. KOINONePAK H NAAEZANAP Table witli Hods' 
lAEN+IAin feet, upon 

nOnOAl which, an mo- 

nistic nm, inacribed FIVGIA, containing two palms ; be- 
neath the table, an amphora, a palm, and five btdlB or dis(!s. 



Similar. 

Rev. KOINON ePA 
lar type. 



KHNAAESA NAPEIA4»1 Sin 



Similar. 

Kev. KOINON ePAAAEZAN EN ♦! Simikr type, but the 
AinnOn nm on the table 

OAI contains five balls 

or discs ; beneath the table, palm and amphora. 

AVTKMAVPCEVH ANTilNEINOC Head of Caracalla 
r., lanr. 

Ber. KOINON ePAKIlN AA EZANAPIA EN 4>IAI 

nn on 

Hermes, naked, standing 1., wearing winged talaria, hold- 
ing pnrse and cadocens, chlamys over 1. arm ; beneath, 

nveiA . 

AV--MAVPCEV ANTilNEINOC Similar. 

Rev. KOINON ePAKflNAAEZANAPIA EN ♦lAI Similar 
nnO type; 

across field, flV 61 
A 



PHILIPPOPOLIS. 



167 




42 



^1-2 



43 



^1-25 



AVTKMAVP ANTHNEINOC Similar. 

Rev. <l>IAinnOn OAEITUN Aequltas, standing L, hold- 
ing scales and comucopiae. 



44 



iEll 



45 



^12 



AVTKMAVPHA 

laur. 



Elagabalus. 
ANTON El NOC Head of Elagabalus r., 



Rev. MHTPonoAEnc<i>iAinnonoAEi2CNEnKOP 

ov 

Female figure, City, tuireted and veiled, seated, facing, 
on rocks ; she holds ears of corn and poppies ; at her feet, 
river-god Hebros, recumbent r., holding prow. 



Similar. 

Rev. MHTPonoAEnc<MAinnonoAE 

nCNEIlKO 
POV 



Two athletes, 
wrestling. 



46 



M12 



47 



M -65 



48 



M -8 



Similar. 

Rev. MHTPO^OAEnc♦lAl^^o^OAEnc^En 

KO P^ 

Asklepios, standing r., leaning on staff round which ser- 
pent twines. 

AVTKMAVPH ANTON El NOC Bust of Elagabalus r., 
laur., wearing cuirass. 

Rev. MHTPonoAEnc 4>iAinnonoAEnc neiikopX 

Hygieia, standing r., holding patera from which serpent 
feeds. 

AVTKMAVP ANTflNElNOC Head of Elagabalus r., laur. 

Rev. ♦I Al n nOnOAElTD* NEflKO Sarapis, wearing modius, 

POJ standing 1., his r. band 

raised, 1. holding sceptre. 

Similar. 

Rev. ♦lAinnOnOAEITONNEnKOP Asklepios standing 

fl N facing, head to 1. ; 

he holds staff round which serpent twines. 



168 



THBAGE. 




49 M 76 



Similar. 

Rev. ♦lAinnOnOAEITXlNhEnKOP Nemesis, standing 1., 

AN holding scales and 

whip ; at her feet, wheel. 



60 



M 7 



AVTKMAVP ANTOtlNOC Similar. 

Rev. ♦lA AEITOIhEIlKOPfH- 

which serpent twines. 



Tripod, roand 



61 



M 76 



AVTKMAVP ANTfllvEINOC Bust of Elagabalus r., laur., 
wearing cnirass and palndamentnm. 

Rev. ♦lAinnOnOAEITfH r£nKOPfH similar. 



62 



^116 



Julia Paula. 

lOVAKOPN riAVAACEB Bust of Paula r., draped, 

wearing stephane. 

Rev. MHTPOnOAEnC<MAinnOnOAE Peripteral tem- 

XICNEIIKO pie, of which 

POV the front and 

one side are seen ; in the pediment, a shield. 



PLOTINOPOLIS. 



169 




M 7 



-^1-2 



M -8 



M -9 



M -9 



M -6 



PLOTINOPOLIS. 

COPPER. 

F&riod of Boman Dominion, 

Head of Dionysos r., wearing ivy- wreath. 

Rev. nAnTEINOnOAEITUN Cista mystica, from which 
issues serpent 1. 

Imperial Coinage. 

Antoninns Pius. 

AVTKAITAIAAPI ANTON El NOC Head of Antoninus 
r., laur. 

Rev. HrETAP-ANTEIKOVnAHTEINOnO PemaJe 

figure, turreted, seated 1., holding ears of com and resting 
on sceptre. 

AVTKAICAP NOC SimHar. 

Rev. nAHTEINO nOAEITIlN Asklepios, standing, 
filing, head 1.; he holds staff round which serpent 
twines. 

Faustina Junior. 

♦AVCTEINA CEBACTH Bust of Faustina r., draped. 

Rev. nAUTEINOn OAEITflN Demeter, veiled, stand- 
ing 1., holding ears of com and resting on long torch. 

Similar. 

Rev. nAUTEINO ROAEITON Female figure, veiled, 
Hera ? standing 1., holding patera and resting on 
sceptre. 

Garacalla. 

AVKMAVP ANTX2NEIN Head of Garacalla r., laur. 

Rev. OA€ITilN Thanatos, winged, 

leaning with 1. elbow upon reversed torch, which he holds 
with his r., and which rests upon an altar ? 

z 



17o 



THKACE. 



5«L Wt. 



ReTerse. 



SELYMBRIA. 



8ILTER. 



Period I. eirc. hegimmimg of Vth century B.C. 

Peraian Standard. 



1 76*4 ^ -6 i€A Go^ I. : border of dots. | Incnse square, quartered. 



I 





I 2 



57 



Ji -55 



3 
4 



307 
25-6 



Period II. cire. tike middle of the Vth century. 
Asiatic Standard (or Attic P) 



Head of bearded Herakles r., 
wearing Uon's skin : border 
of dots. St^le archaic. 



Cock r., within a dotted square ; 
the whole in shallow incase 
square. 



m. -45 



M -46 





Similar type. 

A Similar type : border of 
dots. 



Similar. 



Similar. 



SEBDICA. 



171 




M -8 



SBRDICA. 



COPPEB. 



^1-2 



M 76 



M -95 



^115 



iE115 



Imperial Coinage, 
M. Aurelius and L. Verus. 

AV ANT flNEIN AOVHPOC Busts, face to face, of 

M. Aurelius r. and L. Verus 1. 

Rev. ' • P AU)M Bust of Isis r., wearing lotus flower. 

Sept. Severus. 

AVTKAC€n TC€VHP Bust of Severus r., laur., 

wearing paludamentum. 

Rev. HrCTATBAPB APOVC€PAU)N Eagle, with spread 
wings, facing, on globe, holding wreath in his beak 1. 

AVKAC CeVtPOC Head of Severus r., laur. 

Rev. OVAniAC C€PAIKHC Tripod, round which serpent is 
coiled. 

Julia Domna. 

lOVAl A AOMN A CE Bust of Domna r. 

Rev. OVA niAC > EPAIKHC Female figure, standing 1., 
holding patera and Bceptre. 

Caracalla. 

AVTKMAVPCEVH ANTflNEINOC Head of Caracalla r., 
laur. 

Rev. OVAniAC CEPAIKHC Female figure, Hera? stand- 
ing 1., holding patera and sceptre. 

AV ANTIINEINOC Similar. 

Rev. OVAPIIACCEP Pallas, seated 1., holding patera, and rest- 

AIKHC ing her 1. arm on the back of her 

throne ; in front, a tree, round which is coiled a serpent, 

which feeds from the patera; behind, round shield, on 

the rim of which sits owl, 1. 



Obrcne— Berene. 



r £1-1&AVTKMAVPH ANTflNINOC Similai-. 

Rev. OVAniAC CEPAIKHC DionTSOs, naked, etanding L 
I holding kaoliianie and thyrsoe ; at his feet, panther, 

i £115'AVTKMAVPCEVH ANTnNErNOC Bust of Caracalla r. 

I lanr^ wearing coines. 
I Rev. Same inscr. Female figure, standing 1., holding patera and 

' sceptre round which serpent is coiled ; in mmt, oiata 

I mjstica, from which isBaee another serpent. 



AVTXMAVPCEV ANTQNEINOC Simihir. 
Bev. Same inscr. Hermes, naked, standing 1., holding pnrse and 
cadncens; chlam^ on 1. arm. 

Same inscr. Head of Caracalla r., lanr. 
Rev. Similar. 



EeT. OVAni AC CEPAIKHC Sarapis, standing I., wearing 
modins ; he raises his r. hand and holds sceptre in I. 

AVTKM AVPCEVH ANTilN El NOC Head of Caracalla r., 

lanr. 
Eev. OVAniAC CEPAIKHC Similar. 

AVKMAVPH ANTONINOC H^ad of Caracalla r., lanr. 

Rev. Same inscr.; but € not E, Asklepicm, standing, focing, 
holding staff round which serpent is coiled. 

AVTKMAVPCEV ANTilNEINOC Bust of Caracalla r, 

lanr., wearing cniraes and palndamentnm. 
Rev. Similar; hut Asklepios looks 1. 



Obverse — Eeyerae, 



AVT KMAVPCEVHANTONEINOC Head of Caracalla i 
radiate. 



AVTKMAVPH ANTONINOC Head of CwBcalla r.. lanr. 

Bev- CCPAIKHC Herakles, recliimig 1., on tihe back of a lion 
walking r., holding Eros npon r. knee and clnb on 1. arm. 



Same inscr. Herakles, standing i 
wards and apple ; lion's skin on 1. 



holding clnb down- 



AVT'K-M-AVP'CEV ANTONEINOC Bnst of Caraoalla 
lanr., wearing cuirass and paladamentnm. 

Ber. OVAniAC CEPAIKHC Military fignre, facing, look- 



ing r . 

1. armed with 



r. hand raised to the crest of his helmet ; 
and spear. 



AVTKMAVPH ANTONrNOC Bust of Caraealla 1., lanr., 
wearing cnirass and palndamentum, and armed with shield and 
epear ; on the shield, Gorgon's head. 

Bev. Same insor. Military figore, wearing helmet and cnirass, 
standing 1., holding shield and resting on spear. 



AVTKMAVPCEVH 

lanr. 



ANTONEINOC Head of CaracaUa r. 



Bev. Same inscr. Naked male fignre, standing ]., wearing Phry- 
gian cap ; he rests on spear ; chlamys over 1. arm. 

AVTKMAVPCEVH ANTONEINOC Similar. 
Bev. Same inscr. Biver-god Oiskos, reoUning I.; he holds branch 
of tree, and rests 1. upon vase Irom which water flows. 



Similar. 

Eev. OVAPIAtCEP 
AIKHC 



Similar type. 



AVTKMAVHtEV ANTHNEINOC Bust of Caracalla r., 

lanr., weariog cairass. 
R«v. OVAniAC CEPAIKH Tetraatyle temple, within which 
C statue of Aaklepios. 

Same inscr. Bust of Caracalla r., lanr., wearing cuirass and 

palndameatnin. 
R«T. OVAniAC CEPAIKHC Serpent, coiled and erect. 

AVT KMAVPCEVHANTilNEINOC Head of Caracalla r., 

radiate. Same die as no. 15. 
Rev. OVARI AC-CEAIK,^, Emperor r., on horseback, 
HC lanr., in militaTy attire ; 



AVTKMAVPCEV ANTONEINOC Head of Caracalla r., 

lanr. 
Rev. CEP Two Erotes r., the one holding the leg of the 
AAN other, who walks npou his bands. 

[This ctttu has been tooled on the obrerse.] 

Similar. 

Rev. CEP AflN Elephant r. 



AVTKnCE riTirETAC Bnat of Geta r., lanr.; palnda- 

mentnm fastened on I. shonlder. 
Rev. OVAniAC C€PAIKHC Artemis, running r., with 

hoond ; she holds bow in 1., and with ber r. draws an 

arrow from the qniver at her shonlder. 

Similar inscr. Head of Geta r., laor. 

ReT. Same inscr, Concordia, wearing modins, holding patera 
and comncopiae, sacri6cing 1. before a lighted altar. 

A CE KAI PET AC Bast of Geta r., laur., wearing cairass and 

paludamentnm. 
Rev. C€P AflN Wicker-basket of fruit, pointed at the 

lower extremity^, and with foot. 



ObTerae — Eererse. 



AVTKAITAIAAAPIANO CANTONEINOC Head of An- 

tonimiH r., radiate. 
Eev. Eni+ABArPinnElNOV-TOnEIPEITON Herak- 
lee, naked, seated 1., on rock covered with lion'e skin ; his 
r. extended, hie 1. resting on rock ; between hia legB, club. 

Same inscr. Head of Antoninae r., bare. 

Rev. Eni4»A TOn€IP€ITi2N Eeraklee, 

naked, seated 1., on rock covered with lion's skin; be 
boldB clnb downwards, and rests bis 1. on rock. 

Similar : conntermarked, ^Sf . 
Bev. Similar. 

AY-K'T'AI-AAPI ANTilNINOC Head of Antonimia r., 
lanr. : same constermark. 

Ke^. eniiovKOM OAOYTone „ ■. ^ 

IP€ITnN binular type. 

Caracalla. 

AVTKMAVP ANprinNlNOC Head of Caracalla r., 

lanr. : coontenuarked, AS , 

Rev. OVAni ACTOni Monoptoros of four colnmns, Bur- 

POV monnted by a conical roof j on 

either aide, an eqnestrian statue on a base. 



176 



THRACE. 




6 



8 



M -9 



M *65 



M 7 



Similar. 

Eev. OVAniACTOniPOV Herakles, naked, seated L, on 
rock covered with lion's skin ; he holds clnb and rests 1. 
hand on rock. 



AVKMAV ANTXININ Bnst of Garacalla r., lanr., 

wearing cnirass and palndamentnm. 

Bey. TOriEl PITXIN Thanatos, winged, standing r., lean- 
ing with 1. elbow upon reversed torch, and resting his 
chin npon his 1. hand. 

Similar. 

Bev. TOriEl PEITAN Eagle, with wings spread, holding 
wreath in beak 1. 



TEAJANOPOLIS. 



177 




M -95 



TRAJANOPOLIS. 

COPPER. 

Imperial Coinage. 
Faustina Junior. 

♦AVCTEINA CEBACTH Bust of Faustina r., draped. 

Rev. AVrOVCTHC TPAIANHC Artemis, running 1., 
with hound ; she holds bow in r., and with 1. draws an 
arrow from the quiver at her shoulder. 



M -95 



Similar. , 

Rev. AVrOVC TH 

lANHC 



CTPA 



The Three Graces. 



.El-15 



4 



-^105 



^1-25 



iBri5 



M 75 



Sept. Severus. 
AVKACEn CEV Head of Severus r., laur. 

R«v. Hr€CTATIBAPBA POVTPAIANOnOAl 

Apollo, naked, standing r., before tripod, upon which he 
places his lyre ; he holds plectrum ? in r. 

AVKA'C€nTIM C€VHPOC'n Bust of Severus r, laur., 
wearing cuirass and paludamentum. 

Rev. HrCTBAPBAPOV AVrOVCTHC Apollo and Ar- 

TPAIANH temis, their r. 

hands joined, on either side of a lighted altar ; Apollo r., 
naked, holding lustral branch ; Artemis 1., wearing short 
chiton, holding strung bow. 

Similar. 

Rev. HrCTBAPBAPOVAVrOVCTHCTPAIiNH: River- 
god, recumbent 1., holding poppy and ears of corn, and 
resting upon vase from which water flows. 

AVKACEHTI CEVHPOC- H Head of Severus r., laur. 

Rev. AVrOVC C TPAIANHC-. Concordia 1., wearing 
modius, and holding cornucopiae, sacrificing at lighted 
altar. 

AVAC€ K C€VHPOC Head of Severus r., laur. 

Rev. AVrOVCTHC TPAIANHC Basket containing fruit. 

A A 



Jnlia Domna. 

rOVAIAAO MNACEB Bast of Domuft r., draped. 

Rev. AVTOVCTHC TPAIANHC Artemis, with Lonnd, 
ronning r., holding in 1. atrnng bow, and with r. drawing 
an arrow from the qoiver at her ehonlder. 



9 X -9 .Similar. 

. Bev. Same 



Serpent, with lion's head and fish's tail, 
(Chnnphis) coiled and erect, r. 



I I Caracalla. 

I10.B -TSlMAVPHA ANTONCINOCK Bost of Caracalla r., beard- 

I I less, wearing paludamentum ; head bare. 

! ' jRev. TPAr ANO Fl OAlTilN Hermea, naked, atand- 

I I I ing ]., holding parse and cadaceas ; chlamys on 1. arm. 

I I I 



AVTK MAVPHAIOC ANTONINOC Bast of CaracaUa r., 
beardless, laur , wearing cnirass and paludamentum. 

Eev. Hr-CIKINNIOVKAAPOVAVrOVCT- City - gate, 

TPAtANHC flanked by 

two circular towers, and with a third tower rising from 

the centre, all battlemented. 



AVTMAPHAI ANTONEINCK (tic.) Head of Caracalla 

r., heardleBB, laur. 

Rev. AVrOVCT HCTPAIA Sacrariam, consisting of two 
NH( columns anpporting an 

arched roof; within, statue of Apollo 1., holding Inatral 
branch and arrow. 



TRAJANOPOLIS. 



179 




13 



^11 AVTMAVPH ANTONINOC Similar. 

Rev. AVrOVCTHC TPAIANHC Cybele, turreted, holding 
patera, and resting 1. arm on tympanum, seated 1. on 
throne flanked by two lions. 



14 



15 



16 



17 



18 



19 



Ml'lb 



Ml'U 



M 115 



^115 



Ml'2 



Ml'lb 



20 



M -65 



AVTKM AVPCEVH ANTON El NOC Head of Caracalla r., 
bearded and laur. 

Rev. AVrOVCTHC TPAIANHC Zeus Nikephoros, naked 
to waist, seated 1., resting on sceptre. 

AVKMAVPHA ANTONINOC Similar. 

Rev. AVrOVCTH C TPAIANHC Zeus, standing 1., 
holding patera and resting on sceptre ; at his feet, eagle 
with spread wings. 

AVTKMAVPH ANTH Similar. 

Rev. AVrOVCTHC TPAIANHC Dionysos, naked, stand- 
ing 1., holding kantharos and resting on thyrsos bound 
with fillet ; at his feet, panther. 

AVTMAVPH ANTIININOC Bust of Caracalla 1., laur., 
wearing cuirass and paludamentum, and armed with spear and 
shield ornamented with Gorgon's head. 

Rev. AVrOVCT HCTPAIAN Nemesis, standing 1., hold- 

HC ing scales and stafl*; 

beside her, wheel. 



AVTKMAVPH ANTHNEINOC Head of Caracalla r., laur. 

Rev. TPAIANOnOAEITflN Apollo, naked, standing r., 
holding plectrum, and placing his lyre upon a tripod 
round which a serpent twines. 

Similar. 

Rev. Same inscr. Asklepios and Hygieia, standing, looking to- 
wards one another ; Asklepios, head 1., holding staff round 
which serpent twines ; Hygieia, head r., holding patera, 
from which another serpent feeds. 

AVT UN El NOC Bust of Caracalla r., laur., 

wearing cuirass. 

Rev. TPAIANO nOAEITIlN Lighted altar, garlanded. 



180 



THRACE. 



No. 



I 21 



122 



Metal. 

Sue. 



Obverse — Keveise. 



M -esAVrKMAVPC ANTON El NOC Head of Caracalla r., laur. 

I Rev. Same inscr. Agonistic amphora containing two palms. 

iE 65! KMAVPCE ANTONEINOC Similar. 

' Rev. Same inscr. Bnnch of grapes. 



' Plautilla. 

: 23 M 11 I ♦OVABI An A AVTI AAACEB Bust of Plautilla r., draped, 

wearing stephane. 

Bcv. HrCIKINKAAPOV AVrOVCTHCTPA Fortuna, 

lANHC standing 

1., wearing modius, holding rudder and comucopiae; at 
' her feet) globe. 



I t 



24 



25 



26 



27 



Ml 



M 7 



M -65 



Geta. 

•A'CEFITI TETAKAI Bust of Geta r., head bare, wearing 
cuirass and paludamentum. 

Rev. AVrOyCTHC TPAIANHC Artemis, with hound, 
running r., holding in 1. strung bow, and with r. drawing 
an arrow from the quiver at her shoulder. 

nCERTI TETACK Similar. 

Rev. AVrOVCTH TPAIANHC Similar. 



Similar. 

Rev. AVrOVCT 



M 7 



28 



M 7 



HC 



HTPAIAN 



Similar. 



Similar. 

Rev. AVr.TPAIA 
NHC 



Lion advancing r. 



Similar. 

Rev. AVrOV-TP AIANHC Basket containing fruit and 
ears of corn. 



29!^ 1-2 



AVTKnC€n r€TACC€B Bust of Geta r., laur., wearing 
cuirass and paludamentum. 

Rev. AVrOVCTHC TPAIANHC Nemesis, standing 1., 
holding scales and staff; beside her, wheel. 



TRIE . . . 
Uticertaiii Town of Thrace ( 



Btfore Philip II. 
Asiatic StaDdard. 



» Pore-part of prancing horse | T P in the four qnarters o 
: border of dota. HI "^ incose eqnare. 



- T P written ronnd a lanrel- 
H I branch ; the whole ii 
linear square , enclosed ii 
incDse square. 



5 S. -36 
7 m. 85 



Similar. 
Similar. 
Similar. 

Similar. 



Sijnilar. 
Similar. 



THE THRACIAN CHERSONESE 



I 



No. 



Wb. 



Metal. 
Size. 



Obyerse. 



Reverse. 



41-5 



17 



5-2 



3-4 



M -5 



M -45 



M -3 



M 25 



THE THRACIAN CHERSONESE. 
Coins probably struck at Cardia. 



SILVER. 



Aeginetic Standard. 
Before Persian invasion. 



Fore-part of lion r., looking 
back, paws raised. 



Quadripartite incuse square. 





Similar. 



Similar. 





Similar. 
Similar. 



Similar. 
Similar. 



THE THBACIAN CHERSONESE. 



183 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal. 
Size. 



Obverse. 



Reverse. 



8 



10 



11 



12 



13 



U 



15 



16 



91-3 


M -65 


93-2 


;R -6 


93-3 


JR -66 


38-2 


m. -6 


361 


?R -55 


367 


M -6 


271 


M -45 


28-6 


m. -6 

plated. 


29-5 


M -5 


36-5 


?R -65 


36- 


M -5 


40-8 


m, -6 



During Persian occwpation? 



Uncertain type (see cut), 
nsually described as a sun- 
fish, but possibly a heart. 



Similar. 



Similar. 



Quadripartite incuse square ; 
the alternate depressions 
deeper, granulated, and each 
containing a pellet. 

Similar. 

Similar. 





Before Alexander the Great. 



Fore-part of lion r., looking 
back, paws raised. 



Similar. 
Similar. 



Similar. 



Similar. 



Similar. 



Similar. 



Similar. 



Similar. 



Quadripartite incuse square; 
the alternate depressions 
deeper, and each containing 
a pellet. 

Similar. 

Similar; in the deeper de- 
pressions, a palm and pellet. 

Similar ; in depressions, pellet 
and bunch of grapes. 

Similar ; in depressions, pellet 
and archaic pattern, (fire- 
drill?) 

Similar ; in depressions, pellet 
and ivy-leaf. 

Similar ; in depressions, pellet 
and wreath. 

Similar ; in depressions, A 
above pellet, and pellet. 

Similar ; in depressions, A 
and amphora. 



184 



THB THBAGIAH CHEB80NB8E. 




No. Wt. 



— 


1 


17 


36-9 


18 


338 


19 


36-2 


20 


34 


21 


37-6 


22 


361 


23 


36-2 


24 


379 


25 


35-3 


26 


37-8 


27 


37-8 


28 


34-7 


29 


36-2 


30 


37-7 



M -6 



M -46 



M 5 



M -6 



M -5 



M -56 



M -5 



M -6 



M -6 



M 6 



M -66 



M -5 



M -55 



iH -5 



Similar. 



Similar. 



Similar. 



Similar. 



Similar. 



Similar. 



Similar. 



Similar. 



Similar. 



Similar. 



Similar. 



Similar. 



Similar. 



Similar. 



Similar ; in depressions, A 
above pellet, and strong 
bow above pellet. 

Similar ; in depressions, A 
above pellet, and bnnch of 
grapes. 

Similar ; in depressions, A 
above pellet, and scallop. 

Similar ; in depressions, A 
above pellet, and flower. 

Similar ; in depressions, A" 
beside pellet, and amphora. 

Similar ; in depressions, f^ 
above pellet, and two bar- 
leycorns crossed beside pel- 
let. 

Similar ; in depressions. A" 
and bncranium. 

Similar ; in depressions. A" 
below pellet, and clnb be- 
side pellet. 

Similar ; in depressions,- A" 
above pellet, and helmet 
withonfc crest. 

Similar ; in depressions. A" 
above pellet, and helmet 
without crest beside pellet. 

Similar ; in depressions, A" 
beside pellet, and lizard. 

Similar ; in depressions. A" 
and plough. 

Similar ; in depressions, A. 
beside pellet, and bee. 

Similar ; in depressions, S 
beside pellet, and bee. 



THE THRAGIAN CHERSONESE. 



185 



No. 



Wt. 




Obverse. 



31 


371 


32 


36-2 


33 


35-4 


34 


368 


35 


36-2 


36 


38-8 


37 


34-9 


38 


36-6 



M -55 



M -55 



M -55 



M -5 



M -55 



M -5 



M -45 



Similar. 



Similar. 



Similar. 



Similar. 



39 



40 



41 



42 



43 



38-3 



34-7 



37-9 



37-3 



371 



44 



38- 



M -55 



M -5 



M -5 



M -5 



M -5 



^ -55 



Similar. 



Similar. 



Similar. 



Similar. 



Similar. 



Similar. 



Similar. 



Similar. 



Similar. 



M -5 



Similar. 



Reverse. 



Similar ; in depressions, E 
beside pellet, and dolphin 
below pellet. 

Similar ; in depressions, E 
beside pellet, and fish. 

Similar. 

Similar ; in depressions, E ? 
and griffin's head beside 
pellet. 

Similar ; in depressions, ^ 
below pellet, and pellet. 

Similar ; in depressions, X 
below pellet, and ladle. 

Similar ; in depressions, two 
pellets ; in one of the raised 
quarters, X . 

Similar ; in depressions, K 
beside pellet, and pentagram. 

Similar; in depressions, >E 
beside pellet, and amphora. 

Similar; in depressions, /E, 
and lekythos with strigil 
beside pellet. 

Similar; in depressions, ^ 
beside pellet, and bee. 

Similar; in depressions, '^ 
below pellet, and cadaceus. 

Similar ; in depressions, \E 
beside pellet, and pentagram 
below pellet. 



Similar ; in depressions, ^ | 
beside pellet, and lekythos 
with strigil both attached to 
strap. 

B B 



1 



186 



THE TH1UCIAV CHSS80RBSB. 



No. 



Wt. 



MetaL 
Sue. 



ObTene. 



Ee^erae. 



45 



32-8 



M 55 



46 



47 



48 



49 



50 



51 



62 



36*9 



25-4 



& 45 



M -5 



Similar. 



unuar. 



37-8 



37-2 



37-3 



37-3 



37-2 



M -55 



M -5 



M -6 



M -5 



M -55 



Similar. 



Similar. 



Similar. 



Similar. 



Similar. 



Similar. 



Similar; in depreasiaiia^ p 
above pellet, and ear of 



com. 



Similar ; in depressiom, ( 
beside pellet» and pellet. 

Similar; in depresaionSy X 
and pellet. 

Similar ; in depressions, X 
beside pellet^ and amphora. 

Similar ; in depressions, X 
above pellet, and bee. 

Similar; in depressions, X 
below pellety and caducens. 

Similar ; in depressions, X 
below pellet, and lizard. 

Similar; in depressions, X 
above pellet, and pine-torcL 



53 



54 



55 



56 



M -45 



M -4 



M -45 



M -5 



57 



M -4 



COPPER. 

Lion's head L: plain border. 



Similar. 



Similar. 



Female head, three-quarter- 
face towards r,, wearing 
earring and necklace : plain 
border. 

Head of Pallas r., wearing 
crested Athenian helmet. 



XEP Barleycorn; beneath, 
PO pellet. 

Similar; beneath, small blu*- 
leycom. 

Similar; beneath, bnnch of 
grapes. 



XEP 
PO 



Barleycorn. 



Similar; beneath type, small 
barleycorn. 



I 

i 



AIOOBPOTun. 



M -8 
M 75 



AEGOSPOTAMI. 



Head cf Demeter 1. 

earring, necklace, and Bte^ 
phanoa ornamented with 
honey Buckle and wreath , 
behind neck, H: border of 



B^ore Alexander the Great. 

AirOnO Goatl. 




Similar ; no letter ai 
Similar- 
Similar. 



AirOtnO Similar. 



Similar ; beneath goat, star. 



188 



THE THRAGUN CHERSONESE. 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal. 
Size. 



ObveiBe. 



Reverse. 



AGATHOPOLIS. 



COPPER. 



M -65 



Before Alexander the Great, 



Young male head r., bound 
with tainia. 



AFAOO Owl r., on bar ; 

beneath, spear-head. 



M 7 





Similar. 



Similar. 



ALOPEOONNESUS. 

COPPER. 

Before Alexander the Cheat. 



M -55 



Head of young Dionysos r., 
wearing ivy- wreath : plain 
border. 



A Kantharos; in field 
A 12 1-, club. 





M -75 



Head of Mainad r., wearing 
ivy- wreath : border of dots. 



M -6 



Head of Persephone ? 
crowned with com. 



r.. 



A Similar type ; on 
A £i either side, bunch 
of grapes, and fox r. 

AAQ Similar type ; on 
riEKON either side, fox 
seated 1., and bunch of 
grapes ; a.bove, barleycorn. 



CABDIA. 



189 



No. 



2 
3 



4 



6 

7 
8 



10 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



Obverse. 



Reverse. 



M -9 



M -8 



JEl -8 



M 8 

M -85 

M -86 

^ -8 

iB -8 



M -8 



-^ 7 



CARDIA. 



C O P P B K. 



Before Alexander the Great. 



Head of Persephone L, wear- 
ing earring and wreath of 
corn : border of dots. 

Similar. 

Similar. 



KAPAIA Lion L, tearing 
prey; in ex., barleycorn. 



Similar. 

Similar ; in ex., barleycorn 
and star. 





Similar. 
Similar. 

Similar. 
Similar. 
Similar. 



Similar. 



Head of Persephone r., wear- 
ing wreath of corn : plain 
border. 



Similar ; in ex., barleycorn 
and dolphin 1. 

APAIA UN Similar 

type ; in ex., barleycorn. 

KAPAIANOZ Similar. 
Similar. 

KAPAIA Lion 1., carrying 
prey in his month ; beneath, 
star ; in ex., barleycorn. 

Inscr. obscure. Lion r., tear- 
ing prey; in ex., barley- 
corn. 

AN X2N Fore-part 
1. of lion tearing prey ; be- 
neath, barleycorn. 



190 



THB THRiLCIiJI CHERSONESE. 




Obrene. 



BeTcrse. 



11 



12 



13 
14 

15 

16 
17 
18 



M 75 



M -6 



M -5 



M '55 



M -5 



M -45 



M -5 



M '45 



Head of Persephone, three- 
quarter-face towards 1., wear- 
ing earrings and wreath of 
com : border of dots. 

Female head r., wearing ear- 
ring, hair rolled ; within 
linear square. 

Similar type. 

Lion r. : border of dots. 



Lion 1.; above, E: border of 
dots. 

Similar type. 

Lion's head r. : border of dots. 

Lion's head I. : plain border. 



KAPAIA Lion 1., looking 
back ; in ex., barleycorn. 



KiK Ear of barley r. 



Similar. 

KAP 
AlA 

Similar. 



Barleycorn ; all 4^ 
linear square. 



Similar. 

Similar. 

KAPAIA between ear of bar- 
ley r. and barleycorn. 



Ob*en« — B«Teise. 



CX>ELi. 

GOPTXB. 

Imperial Coinage. 

Aelios. 
tnscr. obacnre. Head of AelioB r., bare. 

Bev. Al MVN COILA Hermes L, holding in r. puree, ; 
cadacenB and chlamys. 



Conunodoa. 



CamntodnB r., lanr.. 



COMMODO S ANTO N Bust 

wearing cairase and palndamentam. 
ReT. AIL'M VCI PI (•*«■) Pw»w of gaUey r.; above, cor- 
COILA nncopiae. 




Geta. 

PSEPTQCTA CAES R • • • • Bust of Geta r., laur., wear- 
ing cuirass and palndamentnm. 

E.,. AELMVN si„a„^,. 



Elagabalns. 

ANTON I N VS PI VS AV Bust of Elagabalua r., laur., wear- 
ing cuiraas and paludamentuni. 
Rev. AELM VNI CO EL Similar type. 



192 



THB THBACUN GHEBSONESE. 




iB -75 IVLVEMAXIMV Bust of Maximus r., bare-headed, 

weariDg cuirass and palndamentum. 

Rev. AELMVNI CIPICVELA («c.) Similar type. 



I 



6 



8 



9 



10 



M -95 



M -95 



M 75 



M -8 



.El-05 



11 



^1' 



Gordianus Pius. 

IMPCA MA NQORDIANV2 Bust of Gordianus r., laur., 
wearing cairass and palndamentum. 

Rev. MVNICI PICVILA (sic.) Male figure 1., wearing 

himation, holding /in r. simulacrum, in 1. comucopiae. 
(Genius of Gity.) 



Philippus Senior. 

I M PM ly L PH I LI PPVS Bust of Philippus r., laur., wear- 
ing cuirass and paJudamentum. 

Rev. AELMVNI CI PC Silenos r., naked, r. hand 

raised; over shoulder, wine-skin. 



PHI LI PPVS 



Similar. 



Rev. AELM VN ICO ELA Prow of galley r. ; above, 
comucopiae. 

IVLPH PPVSAV Similar. 

Rev. AEL'M VN ICOE LANE (He.) Similar. 

Trebonianus Gallus. 

IMPVIBTREBGALLVSAV Bust of Gallus r., laur., wearing 
cuirass and palndamentum. 

Rev. A ELI MVNI CO- Tetrastyle temple, within 
which, male figure 1., wearing himation, holding in r. 
simulacrum, in 1. comucopiae. (Genius of City.) 



Similar. 

Rev. AELMVNICIP 
COEL 



Wolf r., suckling Twins. 



GOELA. 



193 




Obverse — Reverse. 



12 



13 



^r 



M -95 



14 



15 



M -9 



M -9 



16 



M -85 



Yolnsianns. 

VIBASINIVOLVSSIACAES («c.) Bust of. Volusianus r., 
head bare, wearing cuirass and paladamentnm. 

Rev. A ELI MVNI CIP Tetrastyle temple, within 

COEL which, male figure 1., 

wearing himation, holding simulacrum and comucopiae. 
(Oenius of City.) 



GaUienus. 

IMP QALLIHN («}o.) Head of GaUienus r., laur. 

Rev. AELMV Nl COELAN Male figure L, wearing 
himation, holding simulacrum and cornucopiae. (Genius 
of City.) 

IMP QALLIH («V?.) Similar. 

Rev. AEL MV NICICOl Artemis 1., clad in short 
chiton with diplo'is, holding patera and long torch. 

Similar. 

Rev. AELM VN I CIPCOEL Similar figure, head turned to r. 

Inscr. obscure. Similar type. 

Rev. AELMVN ICIPCO Silenos r., naked, r. hand raised ; 
over shoulder, wine-skin. 



5 I 



c 



194 



THB THRAGIAH CHEBS0KR8E. 




m -85 



M -8 



m -65 



CRITHOTE. 



COFFEB. 



Before Alexander the Cheat, 



Head of Demeter, three-quar- 
ter-face towards r., wearing 
necklace and earrings, hair 
tied in korymbos : border of 
dots. 



Head of Pallas 1., wearing 
crested Corinthian helmet : 
border of dots. 



Similar. 



KPIOOY Barleycorn; the 
dXlN whole within 

wreath of barley. 



KPI Barleycorn, 



Similar. 



LYSIMACHU. 



19, 




Reyerse. 



8 



Ml' 



M -95 



.El- 



M -9 



M 7 



M -85 



M -8 



M -8 



LYSIMACHIA. 



COPPER. 



Affe of L^simachus. 



Head r., of Alexander the 
Great, or of Lydmachos, 
wearing diadem. 

Head of young Herakles r., 
wearing lion's skin. 



Similar. 



AYZI 
MAXEHN 



Lion galloping 
r. ; beneath, 
AP. 



AYZIMA XEHN Ar- 

temis r., clad in short chiton, 
holding with both hands 
two long torches; behind 
shoulder, top of bow and 
quiver. 

Similar. 



(Restruck coin. On obv., traces of Head r. ; countermark, 
lion's headP On rev., traces of lion r. and of Nike 1.; counter- 
mark, dolphin r.) 



Head of young Herakles, 
facing, wearing lion's skin. 



Head of young Herakles r., 
wearing lion's skin. 



Head of Demeter r., veiled, 
and wearing wreath of com. 

(Restruck coin.) 



AVTIMAXEXl Nike 1., 

holding wreath and palm ; 
in field 1., tf and RE . 

AYZIMAXEXIN Similar 
type ; on either side, GE and 
A/. 



AYZIM 



Similar type. 



Similar type. 



Similar. 



AYZI MA Beneath inscr., 

X EQN bunch of grapes 

all within wreath of barley! 

Similar. 



196 



THE THBACUN CHBBSONESE. 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal. 

Sixe. 



Obvene. 



Reyerse. 



9 



10 



11 



12 



13 



U 
16 
16 

17 

18 
19 



M -8 



M -7 



M -75 



M -65 



M -66 



M -6 



M -45 



M -6 



M -66 



^ -6 



iE -6 



Female head r., wearing tur- 
reted crown and wreath. 
(The City.) 

Similar. 



Head of Pallas r., wearing 
crested Corinthian helmet. 



Similar type. 



Similar type. 



Head of young HeraMes r.> 
wearing lion's skin. 

Head of Pallas r., wearing 
Corinthian helmet. 

Lion's head r. 



Similar. 



Similar. 



Similar. 



AYZIMA 

Mxiax 



Lion seated r. ; 
above, GE. 



AYZIMA Similar type; 
above, PE; beneath, C . 

AYZI Lion advancing 
MAXEilN r. 

1^ A wp Similar type. 



AYZI 
MAXEIIN 



Similar type ; in 
front, E ; be- 
neath, TO . 



YA Fore-part of gallop- 
ZIMA ing Hon r. 

AY within wreath of barley. 



AY Stalk of barley ; in field 
Zl 1., €E . 

Similar ; in field r., ^ , 

Similar ; in field 1., fi/ . 

^1 Similar type. 



MADTTUS. 



197 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal. 
Size. 



Obverse. 



Beyerse. 



M 76 



M -46 



MADTTUS. 



COPPER. 



Before Alexander the Great. 



Bull butting 1. ; above, fish 1. 



Bull butting r. 



M A , Dog seated r., with 
A tail erect; be- 
Y hindjStalk of bar- 
ley ; in ex., APOAAHN (?) 



A 
A 
Y 



Dog seated r. ; be- 
hind, star. 



198 



THE THRAGIAN CHERSONESE. 



1 



No. 



4 



6 



Wt. 



Metal. 
Siie. 



Obrene. 



Eererse. 



M -86 



M -8 



M -65 



M '7 



M -66 



M -45 



M -4 



SESTUS. 



C O P P E E. 



Before Alexander the Great, 



Female bead 1., weariog sphen- 
done : border of dots. 



Head of Persepbone 1., wear- 
ing necklace, earring, and 
wreath of barley : border 
of dots. 



?A Demeter, seated 1., wear- 
ing Stephanos, and holding 
in r. ear of barley, 1. resting 
on seat; in front, man- 
headed term r. 



?H Hermes 1., wearing peta- 
sos, which has fallen behind 
neck, and chlamys ; he holds 
cadnceus ; in front, stalk of 
barley. 





Similar. 



Similar ; type r. 



Similar. 



Term with round top and two 
short arms ; on either side, 
barleycorn, and caducous : 
border of dots. 

Head of Pallas 1., wearing 
crested Corinthian helmet. 



?H Similar type ; in front, 
long^necked amphora ; be- 
hind, barleycorn. 

iH Similar type ; in front, 
long-necked amphora. 

Similar ; countermark, long- 
necked amphora. 



t H 

phora. 



Long - necked am- 



?H Similar type. 



SESTUS. 



199 



No. 



Wt. 



8 



10 



11 



12 



13 



14 



15 



Metal. 
Size. 



Obverse. 



Beyerse. 



M -4 



m -35 



m -45 



M 7 



M -85 



Female head 1., wearing sphen- 
done. 

Head of Hermes 1., wearing 
petasos. 

Female head, facing, wearing 
ivy.wreath. 



^H Term, with round top 
and two short arms. 



ZH 



Gadncens. 



ZHZ Thyrsns bound with 
fillet; toL, P. 



M -7 



Second Century B.C. {Hermes^ VIL 136.) 
Head of Apollo 1., laur. 



Female head 1., in sakkos 
border of dots. 



-|-| Tripod-lebes. 

£H£TI Demeter, seated 1., 
on garlanded eippus, hold- 
ing in r. ears of barley, 1. 
resting on eippus ; in front, 
term 1. : border of dots. 



Period of Soman Dominion, 



M 7 



l€PACYN KAHTOC 

Young male bust r., wearing 
chlamys (the Senate) : bor- 
der of dots. 



CHC TItON 

der of dots. 



Lyre: bor- 



Imperial Coinage, 



M 8 



Caligula. 

FAIOZ Head of Caligula r., bare. 
Rev. CHCTI 

Nero. 



Lyre. 



NCPflN KAICA Bust of young Nero 1., head bare. 
Rev. Similar. 



Obran — Berene. 



Bomiluaiis. 
6 Traces or inacr. He*d of Domitaanns r., lanr. 
JBer. ZHZ IHN hyn. 

TraJAnOB. 
75 AVTPAIAN OCKAIC Head of TrajannB r., lanr. 

:Ber. CHC Tl (ON Ljre. 



Caracalla. 

AVKMAVP A^^■WN€INOC Bast of CaiacaUa r., lanr., 
wearing cuirass &nd palndamentnm. 

B«r. CHC I I Leander, amid waves, swimming r. towards 
CON a tower, wherein stands Hero L, holding ont 



Philippns Jnnior. 

K'M-rOV ♦lAinnO Bust of yonng PhUippns r., head 
bare, wearing cnirass and palndamentnm. 

Rev. CH C TIflN ApoUo 1., naked, holding in r. bird, 
in 1. long branch. 



KINGS OF THRACE. 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal. 
Size. 



Obverse. 



Reverse. 



KINGS OF THE ODEYSAE. 



191 



18-4 



191 



M -45 



132-6 



M -45 



M -46 



SPARADOKOS, 
Brother of Sitalkes who died B.C. 424. 

SILVER. 

Attic standard. 

?n Fore-part of galloping 
A horse 1.: border of 

dots. 



M -86 



Similar. 

WA Similar. 



Incuse sqnare, within which, 
eagle flying 1., holding in 
beak serpent. 



Similar. 
Similar. 





Bearded horseman, galloping 
r., wearing short chiton and 
chlamys, r. hand raised. 



SEUTHES I., 
Beg(m to reign B.C. 424. 

SILVER. 

Attic Standard. 

$EVOA 



KOMMA 



border of dots. 





D D 



2U2 



KINGS OF THRACE. 



No. I Wt. 



Metal. 
Sue. 



Obyene. 



Reyerse. 



JR '9 



AMA AOKO 

border of dots. 



AMADOKOS I. 
B.C. circ. 400. 

COPPER. 

Bipennis: EPI AH lO Vine, 

laden with grapes, within 
square of dots; the whole 
within incnse sqnare. 

(Strack at Maronea.) 



M -9 



107 



M -45 





TERES II. or III. 
B.C. circ. 400. 



COPPER. 



TH PE n Bipennis 
(the T formed by the 
handle): border of dots. 



EPI A? rA/A KIO^ 

(KaaiyvoKios). Vine, laden 
with grapes, within sqnare 
of dots* 



(Struck at Maronea.) 



KOTYS I. 

B.C. 382-358. 

SILVER. 



Male head 1., bearded : border 
of dots. 



KO 

T O ^^Pf'^th two handles. 



(Standard uncertain, the coin having been broken.) 





KINGS OF THE ODBYSAE. 



203 



Wt. 



Metal. 
Size. 



ObTeree. 



Beyerse. 



M -8 



COPPER. 



Horseman r., wearing short 
chiton and chlarays ; his r. 
stretched out over horse's 
head ; horse cantering. 



KOT Y O^ Similar 
type ; all in incase sqaare. 





M -85 



M -8 



SEUTHES III. 
B.C. circ. 320. 



COPPER. 



Head of Zeus r., laur. : border 
of dots. 



Similar. 



iEYOOY Horseman r. ; 

horse cantering ; beneath, 
wreath. 

Similar. 



204 



KINGS OF THBAGB. 



No. 



Wt 



MetaL 
Sise. 



ObTene. 



Beverse. 



M -56 



M 6 



M -6 



VAEIOUS KINGS AND DYNASTS 
OF THRACIAN TRIBES OR OF THASOS. 



KETRIPORIS. 
B.C. circ. 356. 

COPPER. 



Head of bearded Dionjsos r., 
crowned with ivy. 



[K]ETPinoP|o? Kan 

tharos ; above, crescent. 





M -36 



M 4 



Similar. 



Similar. 



Similar. 



Similar. 



Same inscr. Similar type, to 
1. of which, thyrsos. 

Same inscr. Similar type, to 
r, of which, crescent. 

KETPIP Similar type, to 
1. of which, thyrsos, and to 
r., vine-leaf. 

KETPI Similar, 



M 35 



PTOLEMAIOS. 



COPPER. 



Head of Apollo r., laur. 



nroAEMAiEjn 

tharos. 



Kan- 





VARIOUS KINGS AND DYNASTS OP THRACIAN TRIBES. 



205 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal. 
Size. 



Obverse. 



Beverse. 



501 



M -55 



M '4, 



M -35 



BERGAIOS. 



SILVER. 



Period of Finest Art* 



Satyr, facing, kneeling on r. 
knee, holding in his arms 
a njmph clad in long 
chiton. 



Perso-Babylonian Standard. 

BE Pr Al OY around 
quadripartite incuse square ; 
all within incuse square. 





COPPER. 



Head of bearded Satyr r. 
Similar. 



BEPr Fish r. 
Similar. 





17-6 



M 45 



SARATOS. 



SILVER. 



Period qf Mnest Art. 



Satyr, kneeling 1. ; he holds in 
r. kantharos, 1. rests on 
hip. 

(Struck at Thasos.) 



?AP ATO Amphora; all 
within incuse square. 





(Stmck in imitation of latest coins bearing the name of 

LjsimBclina.) 



Attic Standard. 



Boat of the King r., 
wearing clilamyB. 



], I BAZIAEflZ 

MozrrAox 

EnirAAAAoY (in «.) 
! ETOYX AH 

I Pallas, mearing helmet chi- 
I ton and peplos, Heated 1. on 
throne, against which leans 
shield ; she holds in r. Xike 
! 1., crowning King's aa 
I her 1. rests on seat; in i 

! I., rM . 



(Reetrnck on a coin of Thosos of the HPAKAEOYZ 
ZnTHPOZ OAZIflN type, attribnted to the second and 
first oentnries B.C.) 



M '75 Head of Apollo r., laur. 



BAZIAEnX 


Hor.e trot 


MOZTIAOZ 


ting 1. ; 


above, Wf . 





VARIOUS KINGS AND DYNASTS OP THEACIAN TRIBES. 



207 



No. 



Wt. 



2 
3 



Metal. 

Size. 



Obverse. 



Reverse. 



M -8 



KAVAEOS. 
Gaulish King; B.C. circ. 219. 



COPPER. 



Head of Apollo r., laur. 
der of dots. 



bor- 



BAZIAEnZ Nike, advanc- 
KAYAPOY ing 1., hold- 

ing wreath over King's 
name, and palm; in field 



M -8 



M -6 





Similar. 

Head of bearded Herakles r., 
lanr. 



Similar. 

BAZIA Comncopiae bound 
KAYA with fillet. 





KINGS OP THRACE 
UNDER THE ROMANS. 



KOSON. 
Under BrtUu*, b.c. 42. 



Attio Standard. 



KOZON (in ex.) The Con. 
sol Brntns, advaDcing 1., in 
oivio coBtnme ; before and 
behind him, a lictor 1., 
holding faflces ; in front, g : 
border of dote. 



Eagle 1., with open winge, 
holding wreath aad sceptre: 
border of dote. 




Similar; without mon. 



I Similar. 



EHOEMETALKES I. 
Under Augutiut. 



KAIZAPOZ ZEBATTOV 

Heads of AtigDStns and 
Livia r., jugate, Sie Emperor 
lanr. ; in front, capricom r., 
with globe between fore- 
feet. 



BAZIAEnX PolMH 

TAAKOV Heads of 

Bhoemetalkes and his wife 
r,, jugate, the King dia- 
demed ; on necks, counter 
mark, RX. 



KINGS OF THKACB UNDER THE ROMANS. 



209 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal. 

Size. 



Obverse. 



Reverse. 



2 
3 



4 

6 
6 

7 



8 
9 
10 



11 



^106 



^1-06 



M -95 



M -9 



M -96 



M 75 



M 75 
M 75 



M -6 



^ -6 



^i 75 



^ -8 



Similar. 

K ZEBAZTOY AY 

TOKPATOPOZ Head of 
Augustus r., bare. 

KAIZAPOZ ZEBAZTOY 

Similar. 
Similar. 
Similar. 
Similar. 



Similar. 
Similar. 

ZEBA ZTOY 

battle-axe. 



Similar. 



Head of 



Similar. (No countermark.) 

BAZIAEnZ PolMHTAA 

KOY Similar type. 



Similar. 



Similar. 
Similar. 

BAZIAEnZ PolMHTAA 

KoY Head of Ehoeme- 
talkes r., diademed. 

Similar. 
Similar. 

PolM HTAA KOY 

Throne r . , with back ; against 
it leans sceptre ; above, B . 

Similar. 



KOTYS IV. 

(Son of Bhaeskuporis.) 



c P P E E. 



BAZIAEYZ KOTYZ 

Bust of Kotys r., diademed. 
Similar. 



BAZIA PAIZKoYPo 

PIAOZ Nike 1., holding 
wreath and palm. 

BAZIAEXl no 

PIAOZ Similar type. 



E E 



210 



KINGS or THRACE. 



No.! Wt. 



Metal. 

Size. ! 



Obverse. 



Beyerse. 



2 



^115 



RHOEMETALKES HI. 

(Son of Kotys.) 

Under Caligula. 



C O P P E B. 



PA PMANIKXl 

ZEBAZTIl Head of Ca- 
ligula 1., laur. 



M 1 05 TAinKAIZAPI 

Til Similar. 



YZ PolMHTAA 

KAZ KOT Caligula 

seated 1. on curule chair, 
r. hand extended; before 
him, the King r., holding 
sceptre over shoulder and 
extending r. hand. 



BAZIAEYZ POIMH 

TAAKAZ Bust of the 
King 1., diademed; shoul- 
ders draped. 



ISLANDS OF THRACE. 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal. 

Size. 



Obverse. 



Reverse. 



M -55 



IMBROS. 



COPPER 



After Alexander the Great. 



M -45 



M -45 



M -6 



M -35 



Head of Persephone r., wear- 
ing wreath of com : border 
of dots. 



IMBPOY Head of Perse- 
phone r., wearing wreath of 
com, earring, and necklace: 
border of dots. 

Similar : plain border. 



I M B PO Y Pelasgic Hermes, 
wearing petasos, standing 
r. before an altar ; he holds 
branch and patera ; in field 
r., kantharos. 



Similar type ; 
kantharos. 



but behind. 



Pelasgic Hermes, standing r. 
before an altar or cande- 
labrum ; he holds uncertain 
object in 1. ; behind, a bar- 
leycorn ? 



Head of Pallas r., wearing 
crested Corinthian helmet: 
border of dots. 

Similar. 



I M BPOY wl r. ; the whole 
within olive- wreath. 



IMBPOY Owlr. 



212 



ISLANDS OF THRACE. 




6 



8 



9 



10 



Period of Boman Dominion. 



M '9 Head of Pallas r., wearing 
crested Corintkian helmet : 

I 

border of dote. 



,jE 9 i Similar. 



jE -85 Similar. 



I 



M -85 



M -85 



Similar. 



Similar. 



IM BPIIIN 

der of dots. 



Owl 1. : bor- 



IN BPIJQN (w(?.) Simi- 
lar. 



IMBP inN Female 

figure, facing, head r.; her 
r. hand raised, 1. holding 
comucopiae : border of 
dots. 



IM BPI XIN Apollo Mu- 
sagetes, standing 1., holding 
patera and lyre. 



Similar. 



LEMNOS. 



213 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal. 
Size. 



Obverse. 



Reverse. 



2 
3 



8 



M -65 



M -6 



M 56 



M -45 



M -5 



LEMNOS. 



HEPHAESTIA. 



COPPER 



Head of Pallajs r., wearing 
crested Cormthian helmet 
and necklace. 

Similar. 

Head of Pallas r., wearing 
crested Athenian helmet. 

Head of Pallas 1., wearing 
crested Corinthian helmet; 
the whole in oak- wreath. 

Head of Pallas r., wearing 
crested Corinthian helmet. 



After Alexander the Great. 

Ram r. 



H4>AI 



Similar. 



Similar ; in front, pine-torch. 



H^A Ram 1. : border of 
dots. 



H*A 



Owl, facing. 



M 7 



M 7 



M -55 



M 75 



Beardless male head r., dia- 
demed. 

Similar. 



Head of Apollo r., laur. 



Similar ? 



H4>A Ram 1. ; in front, star. 



H ♦ Pine-torch, bound 
with fillet, between pilei of 
Dioscuri, surmounted by 
stars ; in field r., caduceus. 

H <i> . . 

A I Similar type. 
Similar. 



214 



18LAND8 OF THBAGE. 



No. 



10 



Wt I 



11 



I I 



'12 



3 

4 



Metal. 

Sixe. 



Obverse. 



Reverae. 



M 65 Head of Herakles 1., laar. : 
border of dots. 

M '4 I Head of Apollo r., laor., hair 
long : border of dots. 



H ♦Al Two pine- torches. 



H 
A 



4> 



Cornncopiae. 



Period of Roman Dominion, 



M '75 Bast of Hephaistos r., bearded, 
wearing piles, and chlamjs 
on 1. shoulder. 



H*AIC TieXlN 

torch. 



Long 



MYRINA. 



COPPER. 



After Alexander the Great. 



M -6 



Head of Pallas, facing, wear- 
ing helmet with three 
crests. 



M 55 Head of Pallas r., wearing 
crested Corinthian helmet. 

M -45 Similar. 



M 7 



Similar. 



M 
P 



Owl r. 



AAYPI Owl facing ; in 

field r., olive-branch. 

MYPI Owl facing. 
Same inscr. Owl r. 



SAMOTHRACB. 



216 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal. 
Size. 



Obverse. 



Reverse. 



3 

4 



7 
8 



9 
10 



11 



126-3 



M -86 



M 76 



M 7 

M 7 



M 7 



M -6 



SAMOTHEACE. 

After Alexander the Great, 

s I L V E u. 

Attic Standard. 



Head of Pallas r., weaiing 
crested Corintliiaii helmet, 
earring, and necklace. 



ZAMO Kybele, turreted, 
seated 1. on throne, hold- 
ing patera and resting on 
sceptre ; beneath throne, 
lion seated 1. ; in field 1., 

MHTPHNA . 



COPPER. 



Head of Pallas r., wearing 
crested Corinthian helmet. 



Similar. 

Bust of Pallas r., draped, 
wearing crested Corinthian 
helmet. 

Head of Pallas r., wearing 
crested Corinthian helmet. 



Similar. 



M -66 
M -46 



M -4 
M -46 



M 76 



Similar. 
Similar. 



Similar. 
Similar. 



ZA MO Similar type, 

without lion ; in field r., 

PY0OK . 

Similar. 
Similar. 



Same inscr. Similar type ; 
beneath throne, lion seated 
1. ; in field r., ?OAI2N . 

ZA M O Fore-part of standing 
Ramr.; behind, AKHPI (?) 
border of dots. 

Similar. 

^AMO Ram's head 1.; in 
front, cadnceus ; beneath, 
FP 

Similar ; beneath, P EN E . 
Similar. 



Period of Boman Dominion. 



Bust of Pallas r., wearing 
crested Corinthian helmet 
and aegis; behind, star on 
globe : border of dots. 



CA MOOPA KIIN 

Kybele, turreted and veiled, 
seated 1. on throne, hold- 
ing patera and resting on, 
sceptre ; under throne, uncer- j 
tain object : border of dots. ■ 



- I S»e. I 



ISLANDS OP THBACE. 



J-.. 



PerBO-Babyloni 

(lumfy I 



.It ■7a, Ithyphallic Satyr, kneeling 
I on r. knee, carrying in I 
arms a nymph clad 
a long chiton ; the hair of 
bo til fignres long and indi- 
cated by dots. 



Quadripartite incuse square. 






Ithyphallic Satyr, kneeling 
on r. knee, carrying in 
arms a nymph clad ir 
a long chiton ; the hair o: 
both figures long and indi- 
cated by dots. 



!. cire. 500-465. 

(FLAT FABRIC.) 

Quadripartite incuse square. 




■ 150'4 V 

■ 149-1 J 
14i8'4'i 



■9 I Similar. 

-8-5: Similar. 

h Similar. 

Similar. 



I Similar. 
! Similar. 



THASOS. 



217 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal. 
Size. 



Obyerse. 



Reverse. 



8 



10 



11 



1461 



1431 



140* 



137-4 



12 



13 



14 



69-8 



69-6 



66-3 



15 



16 



17 



M -85 

M -85 

M -8 

M -85 

plated 



Similar. 
Similar. 
Similar. 



Similar. 



M -7 
M -7 



M -65 



69-4 M -65 



Similar. 
Similar. 



Similar. 



55-6 



56-2 



18 



9-8 



19 



20 



21 



22 



8-4 



81 



7-2 



4-2 



M -6 



M -65 



Al 35 



M -35 



M -35 



M -35 



M -4 



Similar. 
Similar. 



Similar. 



Similar. 
Similar. 
Similar. 
Similar. 



Similar. 
Similar. 
Similar. 



Similar. 
Similar. 
Similar. 



Two dolphins, in opposite di- 
rections, r. and 1.; around, 
three pellets. 

Similar. 

Similar, 

Similar type. 



Similar. 



Quadripartite incuse square. 



Similar. 
Similar. 
Similar. 
Similar. 



(This coin is very much worn and has lost weight ) 



23 



4-6 



Al -25 



Dolphin r. 



I Similar. 



F F 



218 

Ho. Wi , 



39-8 


B. -85 


345 


M -8 


24-S 


m, -85 


251 


At -85 



ISLANDS OF THBIOI. 



Period of Athenian Supremaei/. 
B.C. 465-411. 



Ithypha]1ic Satyr, kneeling r. 
on r. knee, carrying in hia 
arms a njmph clad iu long 
chiton ; the hair of both 
figures indicated by Btream< 
ing lines. 



Quadripartite incnse sqoare. 




Similar ; the haii^ of the 
nymph indicated by dots. 



O Similar ; the hair of both 
fignrea indicated by stream- 
ing lines. 



Similar. 
Similar. 



Fine Style. 

A Satyr, bald, bearded, and Quadripartite incnse square, 
with horse's tail, kneeling r. 
on r. knee, carrying in his 
arms a nymph clad in long 
chiton with diplois; her 
hair bonnd with a fillet. 





THASOS. 



219 



No. 



Wt 



Metal. 
Size. 



Obverse. 



Reverse. 



30 



31 



135-4 



133- 



32 



33 



34 



35 



56- 



54-4 



53-3 



65-1 



36 



2291 



M -85 
M -8 

plated 



M -6 



M -6 



M -6 



M -55 



M -9 



Similar. 

No inscr. Similar type; be- 
hind the nymph, a dolphin 
downwards. 



Similar. 
Similar. 



Similar type. 

Similar. 

Similar, 

Similar type ; but Satyr kneel- 
ing to the front, his head 
turned r., towards that of 
the iiymph. 



Similar. 
Similar. 
Similar. 
Similar. 



B.C. circ. 411-400. 



Asiatic Standard. 



Head of bearded Dionysos 1., 
wearing ivy- wreath. 



OA?ION Herakles, kneel- 
ing r. on r. knee, wearing 
lion's skin about his head 
and shoulders, and a skirt 
falling from his waist to his 
knees ; with outstretched 
arms he bends his bow ; in 
field r., a round shield orna- 
mented with a club ; the 
whole within a linear 
square contained in an 
incuse square. 





220 



ISLAHD8 OF THRACE. 



No.! Wt. 



Metal. 
Size. 



ObTene. 



Reverse. 



37 



38 



196-5 M -96 

plated 



189-6 M -95 

plated 



39 108-4 



40 



JR -75 



41 



42 



43 



44 



45 



46 



107-4 JR -8 



56-6 



541 



58-7 



55-4 



57-7 



56-8 



47 54-9 



M -6 



JR -65 



Al -55 



M -6 



M -65 



48 



58-9 



M 6 



IR -55 



Similar. 



Similar. 



OA^I ON Similar; in 
field r., amphora. 

Inscr. obscure. Similar type ; 
in field r., lyre; the whole 
not contained in incuse 
square. 



Head of bearded Dionysos r., 
wearing ivy- wreath. 



Similar type 1. 



Similar type : plain border. 



Similar. 
Similar. 



Similar : no border. 



Similar. 



Similar. 
Similar. 



M -55 



Similar. 



OA^ION Similar type; in 
field r., club downwards; 
behind the head of Hera- 
kles, 3P ; the whole in linear 
square. 

Similar; but no monogram be- 
hind head ; in field r., H". 



OA? I ON Similar type; 
in front, a lizard ; the whole 
in linear square enclosed in 
incuse square. 

Similar ; in front, astragalos. 

Similar ; in front, cicada r. 

Similar ; in front, club up- 
wards. 

OA?ION Similar ; in front, 
head of young Pan or river- 
god, r. 

Similar ; in front, owl. 

Similar ; in front, round 
shield ? 



Similar; in front, kantharos; 
the whole not contained in 
incuse square. 



THASOS. 



221 



No. 



Wt 



49 



50 



61 



62 



53 

54 
55 
56 

57 
58 



59 



60 

61 
62 



Metal. 
Size. 



Obverse. 



Reverse. 



66-8 



27-6 



27- 



27-2 



14-3 



13-2 



12- 



iri 



11-6 



11-8 



5-9 



6-8 

65 
6-2 



M -7 



M -66 



M -5 



M -55 



M -45 



M -45 
M -46 
M -45 

plated 

M -45 
M -45 



M -3 



Similar type : border of dots. 



e^OATI ro ON (sic.) 
Similar type; in front, li- 
zard ; the whole in linear 
square contained in shallow 
'Macedonian' incase sqnare. 



Young male head r., wearing 
wreath of reeds ? hair long. 



B.C. circ. 400-360. 

OA^mN Similar type; in 
frdnt, branch of laurel or 
olive ; the whole in incuse 
square. 



Janiform head of bald and 
bearded Satyr. 



Similar. 



I J A O Two amphorae 
placed in opposite direc- 
tions ; the whole in incuse 
square. 

O A $ I Similar ; amphorea 
transposed. 



Satyr, kneeling 1. on 1. knee, 
holding kantharos. 

Similar. 

Similar. 

Similar. 

Similar ; in front, barleycorn. 

Satyr, kneeling r. on 1. knee, 
holding kantharos. 



0A^ IHN Amphora in 
incuse square. 

Similar. 

Similar. 

Similar. 

Similar. 

Similar. , 



M -35 



M -35 



M 3 



Similar. 



Head of bald and bearded 
Satyr r. 

Similar. 

Similar^ 



O A ? Two dolphins, in 
opposite directions, 1. and r. ; 
the whole in incuse square. 

O A ? I Similar. 



Similar. 
Similar. 



222 



ISLANDS OF THRACE. 



Na 



Wi. 



Metal. 
Siie. 



ObTene. 



Reverse. 



63 



64 



4-6 liR -25 



41 M -25 



65 



2-8 



M -25 



66 



26*4 



JR -6 



67 



260-4 



.11 1-35 



68 



69 



70 



71 



72 



73 



260-4 



260-1 



247-8 



243-9 



260- 



255-3 



iRl-4 



^1-25 



^1-35 



^1-35 



M -8 



j:ir35 



Female head 1. 
Similar. 



A0 Dolphin r. 
^ Dolpbin 1. 



Female head 1. 



0A i Dolphin 1. 



After B.C. circ, 280. 
Attic Standard. 



Head of bearded Dionysos r., 
wearing wreath of ivy. 



OAZI Club r.; the whole 
UN in laurel-wreath. 



Second and First Centuries B.C. 
Attic Standard. 

Head of young Dionysos r., i HPAKAEOYZ ZflTH 

wearing band across the PQZ GAZIilN Hera- 
forehead and ivy-wreath. kles, naked, standing 1., 

laur., holding club down- 
wards in r., and lion's skin 
over 1. arm, the lion's scalp 
seen over his 1. shoulder • 
in field 1., W . 

Similar. 

Similar. 

Similar. 

Similar. 

Similar ; in field 1., M . 
Similar. 



Similar. 
Similar. 
Similar. 



Similar. 



Similar. 
Similar. 



" 


■Wt. 


Metal. 

Siie. 


ob»Mw. 


Eavarse. 


74 


2621 


iRl-25 


Similar type. 


Similar; io field 1,, H . 


75 


261-5 


aii-25 


Similar. 


Similar. 


76 


257-1 


at 1-25 


Similar. 


Similar. 


77 


269-7 


St 1-25 


Similar. 


Similar. 


78 


259-1 


at 1-25 


Similar. 


Similar. 

Thaaian Tetradrachma. 


79 


221-6 


mi-25 


Head of jonng Dionysoa r., 
wearing band across the 
forehead and ivy-wreath. 


HPAKAEOYX mTH 
POZ OAZinN Hera- 
kles, naked, standing 1., lanr., 
holding club downwards in 
r., and having lion's skin 
over I. arm, the lion's scalp 
seen over his 1. shoalder: 
in field 1., M . 


80 


256-8 


at 1-25 


Similar. 


Similar; in field 1., M . 


81 


25*- 


a: 125 


Similar. 


Similar; in field 1., U* . 


82 


233-4 


ail 25 


Similar. 


Similar ; in field 1., M ■ 


83 


251-5 


aii-2 


Similar. 


HAKAEOVI 2nTH 
bOZ OAIinU Simi. 
lartype. 


84. 


230-1 


at 145 


Similar. 


Inscr. barbarous and nnintel- 
ligible. Similar type ; in 
field l.,M. 



224 



I8LAKD8 OF THRACE. 



No.! Wt. 



Metal. 
Sise. 



Obyerse. 



Rererse. 



85 1931 



86 256- 



87 233-5 



88 254* 



89 



90 



91 



92 



93 



94 



95 



96 
97 

98 

99 

100 



247- 



Ai 1-3 



JR 1-35 



^1-4 



Al 12 



.1:11-3 



M -4 



M '45 



M -45 



M '4 



M -45 



M -7 



M -65 

M -65 

M 65 

M -65 

M -75 



Similar. 
Similar. 



Similar. 



Similar. 



Similar type 1. 



The following are very barbarous. 

Similar ; in field 1., «|» . 

Similar; no monogram in field. 

Similar ; in field 1., 1 1 . 

Similar ; no monogram in field. 

Inscription composed of pellets. 
Similar type ; in field 1., W . 



COPPER. 



Before the time of Philip IT. 



Head of bearded Herakles r., 
wearing lion's skin. 



Similar. 



Similar. 



Similar. 



Head of young Herakles r., 
wearing lion's skin. 



0A? ION Club, and 
strung bow within which, 
kantharos. 

Similar; within bow, bunch 
of grapes. 

OA^ION Similar type; 
within bow, amphora. 

OA^ION Strung bow and 
club ; within bow, amphora. 

OA^ION Strung bow and 
club ; within bow, bunch of 
grapes. 



Third Century b.c? 



Head of bearded Herakles r., 
wearing lion's skin. 



Similar. 
Similar. 
Similar. 

Similar. 

Similar. 



OAZIflN Strung bow and 
club ; within bow, amphora ; 
in field, WC . 

Similar ; in field, 6P . 

Similar ; in field, "M . 

Similar ; in field, ^ . 

Similar ; in field, ^ . 



OAZIHN Similar type; ini ^ 

field, 7^ . I 



THASOS. 



22 



No. 



Wt. 



101 



102 



103 
104 



105 



^ 



106 



107 



108 
109 



no 



Metal. 

Size. 



Obverse. 



Reverse. 



M -85 



M -9 



M -95 



M -8 



M 76 



M 1 



Second Century B.C. 



Head of young Herakles r., 
wearing lion's skin. 



Head of Demeter r., wearing 
corn- wreath and veil. 



Similar. 
Similar. 



OA^ION Strang bow and 
club ; within bow, stalk oi 
barley. 

OA^ION Heads of the 
Kabiri, jugate, r., wearing 
laureate pilei surmounted 
by stars ; all enclosed in vine- 
wreath. 

Similar. 

Similar. 



Period of Roman Dominion. 



Bust of Artemis r., wearing 
stephane; at her shoulder, 
bow and quiver: border of 
dots. 

Similar. 



M -5 



M -65 



M -45 



M -5 



Amphora. 



Similar. 



Similar type ; in field 1., 
wreath, r., Al ? border of 
dots. 

■ 

Head of bearded Herakles 1. 



SAZIXIN Herakles, naked, 
advancing r., and drawing 
bow ; from his shoulder 
hangs lion's skin; in field 
r., Ii£. 

OAZinN Similar type ; in 
field r., ^ . 

0A Zl ^ 

Q 1^ Oornuoopiae. 

Similar. 
Similar. 



©AC Cornucopiae : border 
of dots. 



G G 






ISLANDS OF THRACE. 



s<. "f*^ 



ObTene — Beyene. 



Ill ^ 75 noc€ 



Imperial Coinage, 

Oeta. 
r€TACKAI CAP Bast of Geta r., Oraped, head 



bare. 

Rer. OA CItON Herakles, naked, advancing r., holding clab 
and lion*8 skin ; in field 1., spear-head ? 



I 



THASIAN TEERITOEY ON THE MAINLAND. 



CRENIDES ? 
B.C. 360-358. 



112JB -4 



Head of young Herakles 
wearing lion's skin. 



r., 



OA^ION 
HPEIPO 



Strung bow, across 
which, club. 



APPENDIX. 



No. 




Obverse — Reverse. 



THE TAURIC CHERSONESE. 



PANTIOAPABUM. 



C P P E E. 



43a j^ '5 



Head of Pallas r., wearing crested 
Corinthian helmet. 



After Alexander the Great, 

PAN Prow r. 



[Bank Collection.] 



MOESIA INFERIOR. 



8a 



^ 1 



NICOPOLIS AD ISTRUM. 

COPPER. 

Imperial Coinage, 

Septimins Severns. 

AVK'A-C- C6VHPOC Head of Septimins Severps r., 

laur. 

Vn AVP-rAAAOVNIKOnOAIT- nPOC K Ister, 

represented as a yonth, naked to waist, reclining 1. ;• his 
head, turned to r., is crowned with reeds ; in his r. hand 
he grasps a tree; nnder his 1. elbow is an nrn ont of 
which a stream flows. 

[Bank Collection.! 



Rev. 



228 



APFENDIX. 



No. 



^'- "t::.'! 



Obverse. 



Reverse. 



4fa 



TOMI. 
COPPER. 

Imperial Coinage, 
Gordianus Pius. 

^105 AVTKMANTrO PAIANOCAVP Bust of Gordianus 
Pius r., laur., wearing cuirass and paludamentum. Coun- 
termark on bust, B . 

Rev. MHTPOnON TOVTOMEftC AsUepios, 

facing, head 1. ; be bolds staff round wbicb serpent 
twines ; in field r., A . 

[Bank Collection.] 



f 



THRACE. 



la 



455-4 



K\V2h 



ABDERA. 

SILVER. 

Period I, after B.C. circ. 500. 
Asiatic Standard. 



Griffin, witb rounded wings, 
featbers not indicated, seated 
1. ; farther fore-leg raised ; 
in front, ' ' PX : border of 
dots. 

[Bank Collection.] 



Shallow quadripartite incuse 
square. 





Similar type ; in front, EP . | Similar. 
[Bank Collection.] 



Griffin, with pointed winga, I Shallow qnadripartite incuse 
rearing 1.; above, APTE : square. 
border of dots. { 




Similar ; above, AA AA . | Similar. 
[Bank Collection.] 



Period II. before B.C. 400. 
(a) Astatic Standard. 



Griffin, with pointed wing, 
rearing 1.; above, amphora : 



EP EPAAOKPATIAEn 

around the sidesof a shallow 
incuse square, within which, 
a qnadripartite aqnare, 
slightly raised. 

[Bank Collection.] 



Griffin, with pointed wings, 
seated 1,; farther fore-le^ 
raised ; in front, ivy-leaf 
border of dots. 



ANAHAIKO?: with!, 
iocnse sqoare, in the centre 
of which, a linear eqnare, 
encloBing Hermea standing 
r., wearing petasos and 
square cloaJc ; (chlamys ?) 
be holds cadncens down- 
wards in his r. hand. 



[Ban^ Collection.] 




O) Aegineljc Standard. 



ABAHPITETZN Griffin, 
with ronnded wings, feathers 
not indicated, seat«d 1.; far- 
ther fore-leg raised : plain 
border. 



EPIMOA PArOPEn 

poncing girl 1., weai-ing 
short chiton, and carrying 
on her head basket ; her r. 
hand is raised, her 1. rests 
upon her waist ; the whole 
in shallow incuse square. 



Griffin, with ronnded wings, EXEKPATHS aroand the 

feathers not indicated, sides of a shallow incase 

seated 1. ; farther fore-leg square, within which, a 

raised : plain border. quadripartite square slightly 

raised. 

[Bank Collection.] 



rearing 1., his hind legs rest- 
ing on a stalk of barley. 



nPHTHC Head of Apollo 

1., laur., within linear 

square ; the whole in in- 
cuse square. 

[Bank Collection.] 



APPENDIX. 



231 



No. 



Wt. 



Meta]. 

Size. 



Obverse. 



Reverse. 



52a 



201 



M -46 



52i3 



160-7 



Griffin, with pointed wing, 
rearing L 



KAE Ram*s head 1. ; the 
MA whole in incuse 

square. 

[Bank Collection.] 





M -9 



Feriod III. B.C. circ. 400-350. 
Persian Standard. 



ABAHPi Griffin, with 

pointed wing, recumbent 1. ; 
farther fore-leg raised. 



Q4a 



157-5 



M -9 



[PlOAYKqATH? Arte. 

mis, clad in long chiton, 
standing r. ; she holds in 1. 
strung bow and arrow, and 
in r. laurel-branch, at which 
a fawn that stands beside 
her is nibbling; the whole 
in incuse square. 

[Bank Collection.] 





75o 



39-7 



m, -65 



ABAH Griffin, with 

PITEfl [N] pointed wing, 
recumbent 1. ; farther fore- 
leg raised. 

[Bank Collection.] 



EPiinnn nakto? Head 

of Apollo r., laur. ; beneath, 
scallop 1. 



.ABAH Griffin, with 

PITEIIN pointed wing, 

recumbent 1. ; farther fore- 
leg raised. 



EPIPOA Y*A NTOY 

written round linear square, 
within which, head of 
Apollo r., laur. 



[Bank Collection.] 



232 



APPENDIX. 



No!wt.l»*?^- 



Obverse. 



Reverse. 



AENUS. 

StLYEB. 

Period II. B.C. circ. 400-350. 
Asiatic Standard (Bhodian weight)? 



'22a 236- 



31a 



10a 



^a 



2B, '9 Head of Hermes, full-face, 
slightly towards 1., wearing 
close-iitting petasos, orna- 
mented with beads. 



M -3 



AINION Goatr.; in front, 
fly. 



I^Bank Collection.] 

c o F F £ &. 

Head of Hermes 1., wearing A I 
wide petasos. 

[Bank Collection.] 



Cadaceas. 



M -8 



MVlb 



ANCHIALUS. 

COFFER. 

Imperial Coinage. 

Sept. Severus. 

AVTKCeriT C6VHPOC Head of Sept. Severus r., 
laur. 

Rev. ArXIA ACXIN Kybele, turreted, seated 1., between 
two crouching lions ; she holds patera in r., 1. resting 
on tympanum. 

[Bank Collection.] 



BIZYA. 

COFFEE. 

Imperial Coinage. 

Caracalla. 

AVTMAVP ANTflNINOC 6 Bust of Caracalla r., 
laur., wearing cuirass and paludamentnm. 

Rev. BIZV HNIIN Fortuna, seated r., wearing 

modius ; she holds rudder and comucopiae. 

[Bank Collection.] 



APPENDIX. 



233 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal. 
Size. 



Obverse. 



Reverse. 



3a 



M -9 



ia 



10-2 



M -36 



19a 



487 



sr -46 



BYZANTIUM AND NIC^A. 

COPPER. 

Imperial Coinage. 
Gallienus. 

nOVAl AIHNOC Bust of Gallienus r., radiate, 

wearing cuirass and paludamentum. 

Rev. NIKAIEX2 N BYZAN 

1^ Two conical wicker bas- 

|-x kets, from the tops of 

1^ which spring two ears 

oi 

A 



of corn. 

f 



[Bank Collection,] 
DIC^A. 

SILVER. 

Period III. Before B.C. circ. 400. 

Asiatic Standard. 

Female head 1., hair rolled. A Head and neck of bull 

r., head facing ; the whole 
within an incuse square. 

[Bank Collection.] 
MARONBA. 

GOLD. 

Period HI. B.C. circ, 400-350. 

Uncei*tain Standard. 

Horse, prancing 1., his tail AAAPI2/VITEfl/V around 



raised; above, bunch of 
grapfes. 



the border of an incuse 

square, within which, a 

linear square containing 
a vine. 



[Bank Collection.] 





H H 



2:u 



APPENDrX. 



No. 



Wi. 



Metal. 
Size. 



Obverse. 



Reyerse. 



S I L y £ B. 

Period II. (a) After Darius. 
Asiatic Standard. 



1 9a 5i7 Al -65 MA P Fore-part of 

prancing horse 1. : border 
of dots. 



Shallow incuse square, within! t 
which, a border of dots en- 
closing a ram's head 1. 



[Bank Collection] 



9^ 48 8 .U -5 n qAM Fore-part of 

prancing horse 1. : border 
of dots. 



AOn Shallow incuse square, 
within which, a border of 
dots enclosing a ram's head 



r. 



[Bank Collection.] 



Period II. (ff) before B.C. circ. 400. 



! Ha 21 17 Al "95 Horse prancing 1., his tail 
I ! ' raised. 



14/9 199 8 .11 -9 Similar type : border of dots. 

plated? 



EPIPYGOAXIPO around 
the border of an incuse 
square, within which is a 
linear square enclosing a 
vine. 

[Bank Collection.] 

MAPflNITEHN: Similar 
type. 

[Bank Collection.] 



i30a 



I ' 



43 8 ^11 -55 A N 

o 



Period III. B.C. circ. 400-350. 

Persian Standard. 

AA A Incuse square, within 
which, dotted square enclos- 
ing vine-branch with bunch 
of grapes. 

[Bank Collection.] 



Fore-part of pranc- 
ing horse 1. 



45a 191 M '45 Fore-part of prancing horse 1. 



M AP n A/ Incuse 
square, within which, vine- 
branch with bundi of 
grapes. 

[Bank Collection.] 



APPENDIX. 



235 




Obverse. 



Reverse. 



7^aMl- 



82a M 1 



COPPER. 

Period IV, Second and First Centuries B.C. 



Heard of young Dionysos r., with 
band across the forehead and 
ivy-wreath. 



AIONYZOY ZXITHPOZ 

MAPX1NITI2N Dionysos, 
naked, 1., folding bunch of 
grapes in r., and two stalks 
of the narthex in 1. ; chlamys 
wrapped round his 1. arm ; in 
field 1., PAY . 



[Bank Collection.] 

Period V. Under JRoman Dominion ? 
Head of Apollo r., laur. 



MAPilNITIlN Asklepios, 

facing, head 1., holding staff' 
round which serpent twines ; 

MC 
in field I., 

M 



[Bank Collection.] 



UaM -95 



34a^ll5 



PAUTALIA. 



COPPER. 



Imperial Coina-ge. 
Albinus. 

KAXIAAABC INOC KAI Bust of Albinus r., wearing 

cuirass and paludamentum ; head bare. 

Rev. OYAniAC riAYTAAIAC Apollo, naked, facing, head 
1.; before him is a lighted altar; he holds patera and 
laurel-branch. 

[Bank Collection.] 

Caracalla. 

AVTKMAVPH . ANTXINEINOC Head of Caracalla r , 

laur. 

Rev. OVAniAC riAVTAAIAC Caracalla and Geta, togate, 
face to face, supporting between them globe, on which 
a circle is marked. 

[Bank Collection.] 



236 



APPENDIX. 



No. 



Metal. 
Size. 



Obverse —Reverse. 



17a ^105 



1 62a 



^1-55 



PERINTHUS. 



COPPBH. 

Imperial Coinage, 
Domitian. 

AYTOK-KAIZAPAOMITIANOZ-ZEB-rEP Head of Do- 

mitianns r., laur. 

Rev. riEPIN OIAN Zeus, seated 1., on throne; lie holds 
patera and rests on sceptre. 

[Bank Collection.] 

Gordianns Pins. 

•AVT-K-M-ANT'TO PAIANOC-AVr Bust of Gordianns 
r., laur., wearing cuirass with Gorgon's head on breastplate. 
(Same die as no. 62, p. 158.) 



Rev. 



HEPINeinNAIC NEn KO PXIN Bearded 

Herakles, naked, advancing 1., head r. ; he raises his r. 
arm, and holds in 1. strung bow ; flying towards him, one 
from the 1. and two from the r., are three Stjmphalian 
birds. 

[Bank Collection.] 



8a 



M -8 



PHILIPPOPOLIS. 



COPPER. 



Imperial Coinage, 
Antoninus Pius. 

anthneino 



Head of Antoninus 



AV A API 

Pius r., laur. 

Rev. ♦lAinnO nOAEITIlN Concordia, standing 1., 
holding patera and cornucopiae. 

[Bank Collection.] 



APPENDIX. 



237 




27a 



MV2 



48a 



M '7 



16a ^115 



Septimius Severus. 

AVKAIC6 C€VHPOCn€ Bust of Sept. Severus r., laur., 

wearing cuirass and paludamentum. 

Rev. Hr-KAIONEP ♦lAinnOnOAITflN River- god 
Hebros, recumbent 1., raising his r. hand to his head, and 
leaning with 1. on vase from which water flows ; in his 1. 
he holds a branch or reed. 

[Bank Collection.] 



AVTKMAVP 



Elagabalus. 
ANTOE I NOC Head of Elagabalus r., laur. 

Concordia, 



Rev. ♦lAinnOnOAEITHNNEIlKOPXlN 

standing 1., holding patera and comucopiae. 

[Bank Collection.] 



AVTMAVPHA 

laur. 



TRAJANOPOLIS. 

COPPER. 

Imperial Coinage. 
Caracalla. 
ANTXININOC Head of Caracalla r., 



Rev. AVrOVCTH CTPAIANHC Concordia 1., wearing 
modius, holding patera and cornucopiae ; before her, a 
lighted altar. 

[Bank Collection.] 

I7a^ll5 AVTKMAVPHA ANTXININOC Similar type. 

Rev. AVrOVCTH CTPAIANHC Eagle, with spread 

wings, facing, head r., on thunderbolt, holding wreath 
in beak. 

[Bank Collection.] 



238 



APPENDIX. 



No. 




Obvene. 



BeTerse. 



THE TflRACIAN CHERSONESE. 



THE THRACIAN CHERSONESE. 
Coin probably strack at Cardia. 



SILVER. 



42a 



36-3 



|17a 



ea 



M -5 



Aeginetic Standard. 
Before Alexander the Great. 



Fore-part of lion r., looking 
back ; paws raised. 



Quadripartite incuse square, 
the alternate depressions 
deeper ; in the latter are ^ 
beside pellet, and cadneens. 



[Bank Collection.] 



M -45 



M -8 



CARDIA. 



COPPETl. 



Before Alexander the Great, 



Lion's head r. : border of dots. 



KAP 
AIA 



Barleycorn ; all in 
linear square. 



[Bank Collection.] 



LYSmACHIA. 



C O P P E E . 



After Lysimachus. 



Head of Demeter r., veiled, 
and wearing wreath of corn. 



AYZI M A Beneath inscr , 

XEAN pine-torch r. ; 

all within wreath of barley. 

[Bank Collection.] 



KINGS OF THRACE. 



KERSIBAULOS. 



After Alexander the Qreat. 
Attic Standard. 



Head of young Heraklea r,, 
wearing lion's skin : border 



[K]EPZIBAYAEOY] Zeua 
BA£lAE[n£] aeto- 

pkoroB, naked to w»ist, 
seated 1. on throne, and 

resting with 1. on sceptre ; 
before him, a large oval 
shield, on which a club 
or thunderbolt ; beneath 
throne, ri . 



[Bank Collection.] 




KAVAROS. 
OauUih King;, B.C. cii 



5 Head of Apollo r., lanr. 
border of dots. 



BAZIAEflT Nike, advanc- 

KAYAPOY ing 1., hold- 

ing wreath over King's 

name, and palm ; in field I., 



[Bank Collection.] 



240 



APPENDIX. 



No. 



Wt 



2a 



4a 



Metal. 
Size. 



Obvei-se. 



Reverse. 



ISLANDS OF THRACE, 



M -45 



M -4. 



18a 



9-2 



22a 



6-4 



LEMNOS. 



HEPH^STIA. 



COPPER. 



After Alexander the Cheat, 



Head of Pallas r., wearing 
Corinthian helmet. 



H*AI Ram r. 



[Bank Collection.] 
MYRINA. 

C O P P E B. 

After Alexander the Cheat. 



Head of Pallas r., wearing 
crested Corinthian helmet. 



MYPI 



NAI 

[Bank Collection.] 



Owl r. 



THASOS. 



SILVER. 



B.C. circ, 600-465. 



iR -3 



B. -25 



Perso-Babylonic Standard. 

Two dolphins r. and 1. ; Incuse square, quartered, 
around, three pellets. 

[Bank Collection.] 



Dolphin r." ; above and be- 
neath, a pellet. 



Similar. 



[Bank Collection.] 



APPENDIX. 



241 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal. 
Size. 


Obyerae. 


Reverse. 


■ 




B.C. circ. 466-411. 


31a 


129-7 


M -86 

# 


Ralrl and bearded Satyr with Incuse square, quartered, 
horse's tai], kneeling r. on 
r. knee, carrying in his arms 
a nymph clad in long chiton 
with diplois; in field p., a 
dolphin downwards. 

[Bank Collection.] 


31/3 


57- 


M -65 


Similar type ; no symbol. | Similar. 








[Bank Collection.] 








B.C. circ. 411-400. 








Asiatic Standard. 


46a 


66-7 


M -55 


Head of bearded Dionysos 1., 
wearing wreath of ivy. 


0A?l O N Bearded 
Herakles, kneeling r., wear- 
ing lion's skin over head 
and shoulders, and short 
skirt from waist to knees; 
with outstretched arms he 
draws his bow; in field r., 
owl 1. ; the whole in linear 
square. 








[Bank Collection.] 








B.C. circ, 400-360. 








Asiatic Standard. 


59a 


8-7 


M -3 


Head of bald and bearded 
Satyr r. 


Incuse square, within which, 
two dolphins, 1. and r. 








[Bank Collection.] 


64a 


3-a 


M -26 


Head of nymph 1. OA Dolphin 1. 








[Bank Cc 


Election.] 



t t 



INDEX I. 



GEOGEAPHICAL. 



A. 

Abdera, Thraciae, 65, 228. 

Aegospotaiui, Ohersonesi Thraciae, 
187. 

Aenus, Thraciae, 77, 232. 

Agathopolis, Ohersonesi Thraciae, 
188. 

Alopeconnesus, Ohersonesi Thra- 
ciae, 188. 

Anchialns, Thraciae, 83, 232. 

Apollonia, Thraciae, 87. 



B. 

Bisanthe, Thraciae, 87. 
Bizya, Thraciae, 88, 232^ 
Bizya and Byzantium, 92. 
Byzantinm, Thraciae, 93. 
Byzantium and Chalcedon, 107. 
Byzantium and Nicaea, 108, 233. 



0. 

Callatia, Moesiae Inferioris, 21. 
Cardia, Ohersonesi Thraciae, 189, 

238. 
Cherronesus, Ohersonesi Tauricae, 

1. 



Ohersonesus Thraciae, 182, 238. 
Ooela, Ohersonesi Thraciae, 191. 
Orenides ? under Thasos, 226. 
Orithote, Ohersonesi Thraciae, 194. 
Oypsela, Thraciae, 110. 



D. 

Dacia, 14. 

Deultum, Thraciae, 111. 
Dicaea, Thraciae, 115, 233. 
Dionysopolis, Moesiae Inferioris, 
24. 



H. 

Hadrianopolis, Thraciae, 116. 
Hephaestia, Lemni, 213, 240. 



Imbros, 211. 

Istrus, Moesiae Inferioris, 25. 



L. 

Lemnos, 213, 240. 
Lysimachia, Ohersonesi Thraciae, 
195, 238. 



24A 



IKDSX I. 



MadytnB, Ghersonesi Thraciae, 197. 
MarcianopoliSy Moesiae Inferioris, 

28. 
Maronea, Thraciae, 123, 233. 
Mesembria, Thraciae, 132. 
Mjrina, Leiimiy 214, 240. 



N. 

Nicopolis ad Jstram, Moesiae In- 
ferioris, 41, 227. 
Nicopolis ad Nestom, Thraciae, 136. 



O. 

Odessns, Thraciae, 137. 
Odrysae? Thraciae, 140. 
Olbia, Sarmatiae, 11. 



P. 

Panticapaeum, Ghersonesi Tan- 

ricae, 4, 227. 
Pautalia, Thraciae, 141, 235. 



Perinthns, Thraciae, 147, 23(5. 
Philippopolis, Thraciae, 161, 236. 
Ploidnopolis, Thraciae, 169. 



S. 

Samothrace, 215. 
Seljmbria, Thraciae, 170. 
Serdica, Thraciae, 171. 
Sestos, Ghersonesi Thraciae, 198. 



T. 

Thasos, 216, 240. 

Tomi, Moesiae Inferioris, 54, 228. 

Topirus, Thraciae, 175. 

Trajanopolis, Thraciae, 177, 237. 

Trie . . . , Thraciae, 181. 

Tyra, Sarmatiae, 13. 



V. 



Yiminaciom, Moesiae Superioris, 
15. 



INDEX 11. 



TYPES. 



A. 

Aelius, Head of. — Goela, 191. 
Aemilianus, Head of. — Vimina- 

cium, 20. 
Aequitas, standing. — ^Viminacium, 

20 ; Marcianopolis, 35 8qq^. ; 

Tomi, 67 ; Anchialus, 83 ; 

Hadrianopolis,121; Perinthus, 

154 ; Philippopolis, 167. 
Agalma. {See Hermes.) 
Agathodaemon. Marcianopolis, 

31 ; Anchialus, 84 ; Hadriano- 

polis, 117 ; Pautalia, 146 ; 

Trajanopolis, 178. 
Agrianes ? reclining. — Bizya, 90. 
Albinns, Head of. — Pantalia, 235. 
Alexander or Lysimachns, Head 

of. — Lysimachia, 195. 
Alexander, Sevems, Head of. — 01- 

bia, 13 ; Dionysopolis, 24 ; 

Istras, 26 ; Marcianopolis, 36 

sqq^.'; Tomi, 59; Byzantium, 

104; Deultum, 111: Odessus, 

139 ; Perinthus, 157. 
Alexander, Sev., and Maesa, Heads 

of. — Marcianopolis, 38. 
Altar. — Panticapaeum, 7; Pautalia, 

146; Trajanopolis, 179. 



Amphora. — ^Abdera, 70 ; Trajano- 
polis, 180; Sestus, 198; Sa- 
ratos, 205 ; Thasos, 221, 225. 

Amphorae, Two. Thasos, 221. 

Anchialus, Head of. ^Anchialus, 

83. 

Antoninus Pius, Head of. — ^Nico- 
polis, 41 ; Anchialus, 83 ; Bi- 
zya, 88 ; Hadrianopolis, 116 ; 
Pautalia, 141 ; Perinthus, 150 ; 
Philippopolis, 161, 236 ; Plo- 
tinopolis, 169; Topirus, 175. 

Antonius, M., Head of. — Byzan- 
tium, 99. 

Apollo, standing. — Tomi, 64; Bi- 
zya, 90; Deultum, 113; Ha- 
drianopolis, 116,120; Pautalia, 
142 ; Philippopolis, 162, 164 ; 
Trajanopolis, 179 ; Sestus, 
200. 

Apollo Kitharoedos. Anchialus, 

83 ; Mesembria, 133, 135 ; 
Perinthus, 147 ; Imbros, 212. 

Apollo at altar. — Pautalia, 235. 

Apollo at tripod. — Nicopolis, 46 ; 
Trajanopolis, 177. 

Apollo, seated. — Odessus, 137 sq, 

Apollo, Head of. — Cherronesus, 2, 
3 ; Panticapaeum, 6, 9 sq, \ 



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INDEX II. 



Olbia, 11 sqq,; Tomi, 54; Ab- 
dera, 72 sqq., 230 sq, ; Bisanthe, 
87 ; Bjzantinm, 96 ; Byzantium 
and Calchedon, 107 ; Mar- 
onea, 131, 235 ; Odessus, 137 
Trie..., 181; Sestus, 199 
Ptolemaios, 204; Mostis, 206 
Kavaros, 207, 239 ; Hepbaes- 
tia, 213 sq. 

ApoUo and Artemis. — Bizya and 
Byzantium, 92; Trajanopolis, 
177. 

Apollo between Asklepios and Hy- 

-^JJn/TriuiT^baL— M 
30 ; Nicopolis, 42. 

Archer, kneeling. — Olbia, 12. 

ArtemiSj standing. — Hadrianopolis, 
120 ; Perinthns, 151 ; Abdera, 
231. 

Artemis, shooting. — Cherronesus, 
2. 

Artemis, hunting. — Cherronesus, 3 ; 
Marcianopolis, 33, 39 ; Tomi, 
56, 59 ; Anchialus, 83 ; Deul- 
tum, 111 sgq.', Pautalia, 143; 
Serdica, 174 ; Trajanopolis, 
1 77 sqq. 

Artemis, holding patera and torch. 
— Coela, 193. 

Artemis, carrying torches. — Lysi- 
machia, 195. • 

Artemis, slaying stag. — Cherro- 
nesus, 3. 

Artemis, seated on bull. — Hadriano- 
polis, 118. 

Artemis, seated. — Cherronesus, 1. 

Artemis, Head of. — Olbia, 12 ; By- 
zantium, 96 ; Thasos, 225. 

Artemis, Head of, turreted. 

Cherronesus, 2. 

Artemis and Apollo. (See Apollo 
and Artemis.) 



Asklepios, standing. Marciano- 
polis, 32 sqq. ; Nicopolis, 46, 52 ; 
Tomi, 56, 59, 228 ; Anchialus, 
83 ; Deultum, 111 ; Hadriano- 
polis, 118, 120 ; Maronea, 131, 
235; Pautalia, 141, 146 ; Phil- 
ippopolis, 167 ; Plotinopolis, 
169; Serdica, 172. 

Asklepios, seated on winged dragon. 
— Pautalia, 145. 

Asklepios and Hygieia. — Bizya, 89 
sq. ; Hadrianopolis, 116 sq.; 
Trajanopolis, 179. 

Athlete, standing. — Perinthus, 159 
sq. 

Athlete, crowning himself. — Perin- 
thus, 154. 

Athletes, wrestling. — PhiHppopolis, 
167. 

Athletes and Paidotribes. — Byzan- 
tium, 102. 

Augustus, Head of. — Byzantium, 
99 ; Rhoemetalkes I., 209. 

Augustus and Livia, Heads of. — 
Rhoemetalkes I., 208. 

Aurelius, M., Head of. — Tomi, 55 ; 
Byzantium, 100 ; Hadriano- 
polis, 116 ; Odessus, 138 ; Pau- 
talia, 141 ; Perinthus, 150 ; 
PhiHppopolis, 162. 

Aurelius, M., andVerns, L., Heads 
of — Serdica, 171. 

Axe-head. — Rhoemetalkes I., 209. 



B. 

Barley, Ear of — Cherronesus, 2 ; 

Cardia, 190. 
Barley, Stalk of. — Lysimachia, 196. 
Barleycorn. — Thracian Chersonese, 

186; Cardia, 190, 238; Cri- 

thote, 194. 



INDEX II. 



247 



Barleycorn in barley- wreath. — Cri- ' 
thote, 194. 

Barley, Three ears of. — Oallatia, 22. 

Barley, Three stalks of. — Abdera, 
71. 

Barley, Ear of, and club. — Gallatia, 
21. 

Barley, Bar of, club, and bow. — 
Gallatia, 21. 

Basket, Wicker. — Byzantium, 100 
sq., 106 ; Serdica, 174. 

Basket of fruit. — Pautalia, 145 ; 
Trajanopolis, 177, 180. 

Basket, containing poppy-head and 
ears of com. — Perinthus, 147. 

Baskets, Two wicker. — Byzantium, 
98, 102; Byzantium and 
Nicaea, 108 sq., 233. 

Battle-axe and bow. — Olbia, 11. 

Biga of Apollo and Artemis. — Pe- 
rinthus, 150, 159. 

Biga of Nike. Perinthus, 150; 

Philippopolis, 163. 

Bipennis. — ^Teres II. or III., 202; 
Amadokos I., 202. 

Borysthenes, Head of. — Olbia, 11 8q, 

Bow, in case. — Panticapaeum, 8, 9. 

Bow, in case, and lance-head. — 
Panticapaeum, 6. 

Bow, strung, and arrow. — Panti- 
capaeum, 8. 

Bow and battle-axe. — Olbia, 11. 

Bow and club. — Thasos, 224 sqq. 

Bow, in case, club, and ear of bar- 
ley. (^See Barley, Ear of.) 

Brutus, with Lictors. Koson, 

208. 

Bucranium, filleted. — Abdera, 69. 

Bull. — Nicopolis, 44; Bizya, 89; 
Byzantium, 96 sq. 

Bull, butting. — Cherronesus, 1, 3 ; 
Abdera, 70 ; Madytus, 197. 

Bull, on club. — Odrysae ? 140: 



Bull, on dolphin. — Byzantium, 93, 
95. 

Bull, Forepart of. — Byzantium, 94. 

BuU, Head of. — Abdera, 71 sq, ; 
Byzantium, 95 ; Dicaea, 116, 
233. 

Bull, Humped. — Cherronesus, 3. 

Byzas, Head of, helmet ed. — Byzan- 
tium, 98. 



C. 

Caracalla, Head of. — Marcianopolis, 
29 ; Nicopolis, 45 ; Tomi, 57 ; 
Anchialus, 84 sq. ; Bizya, 89, 
232 ; Byzantium, 101 8qq.\ 
Hadrianopolis, 118; Mesem- 
bria, 133; Nicopolis ad Nes- 
tura, 136 ; Odessus, 138 ; Pau- 
talia, 144, 235 ; Perinthus, 152; 
Philippopolis, 165 aqq, ; Plo- 
tinopolis, 169; Serdica, 171; 
Topirus, 175 ; Trajanopolis, 
178 sqq,, 237; Sestus, 200. 

Caracalla and Geta, Heads of. — 
Marcianopolis, 31 ; Nicopolis, 
46; Perinthus, 154. 

Caracalla and Domna, Heads of. — 
Marcianopolis, 30. 

Caduceus. Aenus, 80 aq., 232 ; 

Sestus, 199. 

Caduceus, winged . Byzantium, 

97, 104 ; Perinthus, 147. 

Caduceus, between astragali. 

Aenus, 80. 

Caligula, Head of. — Sestus, 199; 
Rhoemetalkes III., 210. 

Chnuphis. {See Agathodaemon, 
also Serpent coiled round 

egg) 
Cista mystica. — Marcianopolis, 34 

sq. ; Perinthus, 147 ; Plotino- 

polis, 169. 



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INDEX II. 



City, standing. —- NicopoliB, 44; 
Dealtaniy 111. (^8ee also 
Tyche.) 

City, holding Temples. — Perinthns, 
153. 

City, seated. — Pantalia, 141 ; Phil- 
ippopolis, 162. 

City, at her feet, River. — Philippo- 
polis, 167. 

City, Head of.— Olbia, 12 ; PautaHa, 
143 ; Lysimachia, 196. 

Clnb.— Perinthus, 148. 

Club, in laurel-wreath. Thasos, 

222. 

Clnb and bow. — Thasos, 224 sqq. 

Club, quiver, and bow. — Hadriano- 
polis, 116. 

Club, bow in case, and ear of bar- 
ley. {See Barley, Ear of.) 

Cock. — Selymbria, 170. 

Commodus, Head of. — ^Marciano- 
polis, 28; Tomi, 56; Anchi- 
alus, 83 ; Hadrianopolis, 117 ; 
Odessus, 138; Pautalia, 142; 
Philippopolis, 163 ; Coela, 191. 

Commodus and Crispina, Heads of. 
— Byzantium, 100. 

Concordia, standing. Dionyso- 

polis, 24 ; Marcianopolis, 28 
gqq. ; Nicopolis, 44 sqq, ; Tomi, 
64 ; Anchialus, 83 ; Deultum, 
112 sq, ; Hadrianopolis, 117 sq. ; 
Maronea, 131 ; Mesembria, 134 
aq. ; Odessus, 139 ; Pautalia, 
145; Perinthus, 149, 151 sq,, 
158, 160; Philippopolis, 162 
sq.y 236 sq. ; Serdica, 174 ; Tra- 
janopolis, 177, 237. 

Concordia and Demeter. — Perin- 
thus, 156. 

Constellations. — Perinthus, 157. 

Cornucopiae. Byzantium, 96 ; 

Hephaestia, 214; Thasos, 225. 



Cornucopiae, filleted. ^Kavaros, 

207. 
Cornucopiae, between pilei. — Panti- 

capaeum, 9. 
Comuacopiae, Two. Perinthus, 

147. 
Crescent and star. — Marcianopolis, 

38; Nicopolis, 43 ; Byzantium, 

96, 105. 
Crescent and stars. — Marcianopolis, 

33 ; Pautalia, 143 ; Philippo- 
polis, 165. 
Crispina, Head of. — ^Byzantium, 

101 ; Philippopolis, 163. 
Cup, Two-handled.— Kotys I., 202 

sq. 



D. 

Dacia, between eagle and lion.-— 
Dacia, 14. 

Dancing girl. — Abdera, 70, 230. 

Decius, Head of. — ^Viminacium, 17 

Demeter, standing. — Marcianopolis 
34 ; Nicopolis, 41, 47, 49 
Tomi, 62 ; Bizya, 91 ; Byzan- 
tium, 101 ; Dealtum, 113 
Odessus, 139 sq. ; Perinthus 

160 ; Philippopolis, 162 sq. 
Tlotinopolis, 169. 

Demeter, seated. — ^Pautalia, 142 
Sestus, 198 sq. 

Demeter, Head of, with corn- 
wreath. — Olbia, 11 sq. 

Demeter, Head of, veiled. — Cal- 
latia, 22 ; Tomi, 55 ; Byzan- 
tium, 95 sq.] Byzantium and 
Calchedon, 107 ; Perinthus, 
147 ; Lysimachia, 195, 238 ; 
Thasos, 225. 

Demeter, Head of, with Stephanos. 
— A.egospotami, 187. 



TYPBS. 



249 



Demeter, Head of, hair in korym- 
bos. — Critliote, 194. 

Demeter and Persephone. — Odes- 
sus, 138. 

Demeter and Concordia. — Perin- 
thns, 156. 

Demeter and wicker-basket. — ^An- 
chialns, 84. 

Diadnmenianns, Head of. — Marci- 
anopolis, 33 ; Nicopolis, 49 ; 
Byzantium, 104. 

Dionysos, standing. Pantica- 

paeum, 9; Dionysopolis, 24; 
Marcianopolis, 39 ; Nicopolis, 
42, 45 ; Tomi, 55 sq, ; Hadri- 
anopolis, 118 8q, ; Maronea, 
128 gqq,, 235; Nicopolis ad 
Nestum, 136 ; Perinthus, 159 ; 
Philippopolis, 162 9q,\ Ser- 
dica, 172 ; Trajanopolis, 
179. 

Dionysos, bearded, Head of. — Ke- 
triporis, 204; Thasos, 219 «^^., 
241. 

Dionysos, young, Head of. — Pan- 
ticapaeum, 6 ; Callatia, 22 ; 
Bizya, 88 ; Byzantium, 97 sq. ; 
Maronea, 128 sqq,,, 235 ; Perin- 
thus, 147 ; Plotinopolis, 169 ; 
Alopeconnesus, 188 ; Thasos, 
222 sqq. 

Dionysiac head. — ^Abdera, 71 ; Ses- 
tus, 199. 

Dioscuri, on horseback. — Callatia, 
22 ; Tomi, 54. 

Discobolus. — Philippopolis, 165. 

Dog, seated. — ^Madytus, 197. 

Dolphin. — ^Panticapaeum, 10; Olbia, 
11, 13 ; Abdera, 71 ; Thasos, 
222, 240 sq. 

Dolphin, between tunnies. — Byzan- 
tium, 99, 101 sqq, ; Byzantium 
and Nicaea, 109. 



Dolphins, Two.— Thasos, 217, 221, 
240 «^. 

Domitianus, Head of. — ^Perinthus, 
149, 236 ; Philippopolis, 161 ; 
Sestus, 200. 

Domna, Head of.— Tyra, 13 ; Cal- 
latia, 23 ; Nicopolis, 44 ; By- 
zantium, 101 ; Hadrianopolis, 
118 ; Maronea, 131 ; Pautalia, 
143; Perinthus, 152; Philip- 
popolis, 165; Serdica, 171; 
Trajanopolis, 178. 



E. 

Eagle, wings spread. Pantica- 

paeum, 9. 

Eagle, flying. — Sparadokos, 201. 

Eagle, holding wreath. — Olbia, 13 ; 
Marcianopolis, 28, 32, 37 ; Ni- 
copolis, 45, 50 sq, ; Tomi, 61 ; 
Anchialus, 84, 86; Deultum, 
113 ; Hadrianopolis, 119 ; Pau- 
talia, 143; Philippopolis, 163 
sq, ; Serdica, 171 ; Topirus, 
176; Trajanopolis, 237. 

Eagle, holding wreath and sceptre. 
— Koson, 208. 

Eagle, on thunderbolt. Byzan- 
tium, 110. 

Eagle, devouring serpent. — ^Abdera, 
75. 

Eagle, between standards. — Deul- 
tum, 112. 

Eagle, within oak-wreath. — Tomi, 
54. 

Eagle, Sea-, holding dolphin. — 
Olbia, 11 sqq, ; Istrus, 25 sq. 

Elagabalus, Head of. — Istrus, 26 ; 
Marcianopolis, 34 sq, ; Nico- 

K K 



260 



INDEX 11. 



polls, 50 ; Tomi, 59 ; Odessns, 

139 ; PerinthtiB, 155 sqq, ; 

Philippopolis, 167, 237 ; Coela, 

191. 
Elagabalns and Maesa, Heads of. — 

Marcianopolis, 35. 
Elephant. — Serdica, 174. 
Emperor, standing.— Anchialns, 

86 ; Deultom, 114 ; Pantalia, 

143. 
Emperor, sacrificing. Perinthns, 

157. 
Emperor, on horseback.— Tomi, 57, 

60; Bjzantium, 101, 104; 

Odessns, 138 ; Perinthns, 157 ; 

Philippopolis, 164 ; Serdica, 

174. 
Emperor, hnnting. — Nicopolis, 45 ; 

Bjzantinm, 104. 
Emperor, in ox-car. — Tomi, 60. 
Emperor and Nike, erecting trophy. 

— Bizya, 91. 
Emperor, between bnll and lion. 

— ^Yiminacinm, 17. 
Emperors, between bnll and lion. 

— ^Viminacinm, 19. 
Emperors, Two, joining hands. — 

Bizya, 88, 102 ; Perinthns, 

155. 
Emperors, Two, supporting globe. 

— Pantalia, 235. 
Emperor and Empress. — ^Nicopolis, 

46. 
Empress, as Concordia. — Perinthns, 

151. 
Eros, on dolphin. — Hadrianopolis, 

119. 
Erotes, Two. — Serdica, 174. 
Etruscilla, Head of. — Viminacinm, 

18. 
Enropa, on bull. — Byzantium, 103, 

105. 



F. 

Faustina Jun., Head of. — Byzan- 
tium, 100; Hadrianopolis, 117; 
Pantalia, 142 ; Perinthns, 151; 
Philippopolis, 162 ; Plotino- 
polis, 169; Trajanopolis, 177. 

Felicitas, standing. — ^Nicopolis, 50. 

Female figure, holding patera and 
sceptre. — Anchialns, 86. (See 
Hera?) 

Female figure, holding patera and 
box ? — ^Mesembria, 134. 

Female figure, holding serpent. — 
Serdica, 172. 

Female figure, holding comucopiae. 
— ^Imbros, 212. 

Female figure, seated, holding Nike. 
— CaUatia, 22. 

Female head, diademed. — Mesem- 
bria, 133. 

Female head, wearing tainia. — 
Odessns, 137. 

Female head, wearing wreath. — 
Odessus, 137. 

Female head, wearing sphendone. — 
Sestus, 198 sq. 

Fish. — Bergaios, 205. 

Fish, Sun- ? — Thracian Chersonese, 
183. 

Flower, in incuse. — Maronea, 123. 

Fortuna, standing. Istrus, 27 ; 

Marcianopolis, 28; Nicopolis, 
41, 43, 47 sgq. ; Tomi, 57, 59 ; 
Byzantium, 105 ; Hadriano- 
polis, 117, 121 ; Odessus, 140; 
Pantalia, 142, 144 sq, ; Perin- 
thns, 149 ; Philippopolis, 163 ; 
Trajanopolis, 180. 

Fortuna, seated. — Bizya, 232. 

Founder of Colony, driving oxen. 
— Deultum, 114. 



TYPES. 



261 



G. 

Galley. — Hadrianopolis, 116 8q, 

Galley, Bailing. Byzantium, 98, 

104; Hadrianopolis, 122 ; Per- 
inthus, 151 sq^q^, 

Gallienns, Head of — Byzantium, 
106 ; Byzantium and Nicaea, 
109, 233 ; Perinthus, 160 ; 
Coela, 193. 

Gallus, Head of. — Coela, 192. 

Gate of City.— CaUatia, 23 ; Mar- 
cianopolis, 40 ; Nicopolis, 42 ; 
Anchialus, 84 sq, ; Bizya, 88 ; 
Hadrianopolis, 121 ; Trajano- 
polis, 178. 

Genius of City. — Coela, 192 sq. 

Geta, Head of.— Callatia, 23 ; Ni- 
copolis, 46 ; Tomi, 58 ; Anchi- 
alus, 85; Bizya, 89; Byzan- 
tium, 103; Hadrianopolis, 119; 
Pantalia, 146 ; Perinthus, 154 ; 
Serdica, 174 ; Trajanopolis, 
180 ; Coela, 191 ; Tliasos, 226. 

Goat. — Aenus, 77 sqq,^ 232; Aegos- 
potami, 187. 

Goat, Head of. — Abdera, 71. 

Gordianus III., Head of. — ^Vimina- 
cium, 15 ; Callatia, 23 ; Istrus, 
27 ; Marcianopolis, 38 sqq, ; 
Nicopolis, 52 ; Tomi, 61 sqq., 
228 ; Anchialns, 86 ; Deultum, 
113 ; Hadrianopolis, 119 8qq.\ 
Mesembria, 133 ; Perinthus, 
158 sqq,, 236 ; Coela, 192. 

Gordianus and Sarapis, Heads of. 
— Dionysopolis, 24 ; Marciano- 
polis, 39 sq, ; Odessus, 139. 

Gordianus and Tranquillina, Heads 
of. — Istrus, 27 ; Marcianopolis, 
40 ; Tomi, 63 ; Anchialus, 86 ; 
Mesembria, 133 ; Odessus, 140. 

Graces, Three. — Trajanopolis, 177. 



Grapes. ^Marcianopolis, 35 ; Ni- 
copolis, 49, 51 ; Tomi, 55, 58 ; 
Byzantium, 1 06 ; Hadriano- 
polis, 119 ; Trajanopolis, 180. 

Grapes, in wreath of barley. — Ly- 
simachia, 195. 

Grapes, in , ivy- wreath. — Pantica- 
paeura, 6. 

Griffin. — Cherronesus, 2 ; Abdera, 
65 sqq,, 228 sqq. 

Griffin, on club.— Abdera, 73, 75. 

Griffin, on Ionic capital. — Abdera, 
71. 

Griffin, on barley-stalk. — Abdera, 
230. 

Griffin, Fore-part of. Pantica- 

paeum, 7. 

GriflSn, Horned. — Panticapaeum, 4. 



H. 

Hades, seated. — Odessus, 140. 
Hadrianus, Head of — Tomi, 55 ; 

Bizya, 88 ; Odessus, 137. 
Haemus, seated on rocks. — Nico- 
polis, 48. 
Harpocrates, standing. — Perinthus, 

147. 
Head-dress of Isis. — Perinthus, 149. 
Hearfc ? Thracian Chersonese, 

183. 
Hebros, reclining. — Philippopolis, 

161, 164, 237. 
Hebros or Tonzos, reclining. — 

Hadrianopolis, 118, 121. 
Hebros and City. — Philippopolis, 

161. 
Helios, Head of. — Hadrianopolis, 

116. 
Helmet, crested. — Byzantium, 99 

8q, ; Mesembria, 132. 



252 



INDEX If. 



Hephaistos, Head of.— -Hephaestia, 

214. 
Hera ? standing. — Marcianopolis, 

34, 37; Pantalia, 142; Plo- 

tinopolis, 169 ; Serdica, 171. 

{See Female fignre, holding 

patera and sceptre.) 
Hera, seated. — Bizya, 90. 
Herakles, standing. — Nicopolis, 43 ; 

Hadrianopolis, 118; Odessas, 

138 ; Perinthns, 148 sq, ; Tha- 

BOS, 222 aqq. 
Herakles, advancing. Thasos, 

226. 
Herakles, seated. — Perinthns, 150 ; 

Topirns, 175 sq, 
Herakles, sacrificing. — Perinthns, 

156. 
Herakles, shooting. — Thasos, 219 

sqq., 225, 241. 
Herakles, slaying Stjmphalian 

Birds. — Perinthns, 236. 
Herakles, slaying Hydra. — Nico- 

polis, 47 ; Hadrianopolis, 

119. 
Herakles, strangling Lion. — Mar- 

cianopolis, 28. 
Herakles, contending with Lion. — 

Perinthns, 160. 
Herakles, riding on lion. — Serdica, 

173. 
Herakles and Bull. — Anchialns, 

86; Hadrianopolis, 120. 
Herakles, holding Apples. — Nico- 

polis, 45 ; Tomi, 61 ; Had- 
rianopolis, 120; Serdica, 173. 
Herakles, in Garden of Hesperides. 

— Perinthns, 155, 158. 
Herakles, bearded, Head of. — Cal- 

latia, 22 ; Tomi, 55 ; Dicaea, 

115; Hadrianopolis, 116 ; Mar- 

onea, 131 ; Perinthns, 148 ; 

Selymbria, 170 ; Kavaros, 207; 



Hephaestia, 214 ; Thsusos, 224 
sq. 

Herakles, yonng. Head of. — Cher- 
ronesns, 1 ; Callatia, 21 ; 
Odrysae ? 140 ; Lysimachia, 
195 sq. ; Thasos, 224 sqq, ; 
Kersibanlos, 239. 

Herennius Etrascus, Head of. — 
Viminacinm, 18. 

Hermes, standing. — Marcianopolis, 
32, 37 ; Nicopolis, 42, 53 
Tomi, 59; Abdera, 71, 230 
Aenos, 81 sq. ; Denltnm, 112 
Hadrianopolis, 120 ; Pantalia 
145 ; Philippopolis, 164, 166 
Serdica, 172 ; Trajanopolis 
178 ; Coela, 191 ; Sestns, 198 

Hermes, Agalma of, on throne. — 
Aenns, 77, 80. 

Hermes, seated. — ^Aenns, 81; An- 
chialns, 84 sq, ; Perinthns, 
151. 

Hermes, Head of, wearing petasos. 
— ^Abdera, 71, 75 ; Aenns, 77 
sqq., 232 ; Perinthns, 147 ; 
Sestns, 199. 

Hermes, Head of, wearing winged 
tainia. — Abdera, 75 ; Byzan^ 
tinm, 97. 

Hermes, Pelasgic. — Imbros, 211. 

Hero. {See Leander.) 

Horse. — ^Maronea, 124 sqq,^ 233 sq, ; 
Mostis, 206. 

Horse, Fore-part of. Pantica- 

paenm, 7 ; Maronea, 123 sqq.y 
234; Trie..., 181; Spara- 
dokos, 201. 

Horses, Two fore-parts of, joined. — 
Perinthns, 147. 

Horse, Head of. — Panticapaeum, 
8. 

Horseman. — Kotysl., 203; Senthes 
L, 201 ; Senthes III., 203. 



TYPES. 



253 



Hosidlianas, Head of.- — ^Vimma- 

cinm, 18. 
Hygieia, standing. — Dionysopolis, 

24 ; Marcianopolis, 29, 31, 38 ; 

Nioopolis, 47 ; Tomi, 58 sq, ; 

HadrianopoHs, 117 ; Mesem- 

bria, 135 ; Pantalia, 142, 144 ; 

Pbilippopolis, 167. 
Hygieia and Asklepios. {See As- 

klepioB and Hygieia.) 

I. 

Incase square. — Abdera, 65 sqq., 
228 sq.; Apollonia, 87; By- 
zantium, 93 sq, ; Dicaea, 115 ; 
Maronea, 123 ; Mesembria, 
132; Selymbria, 170; Thra- 
cian Chersonese, 182 sqq.y 238 ; 
Thasos, 216 sqq., 240 sq. 

Inscription. — Seuthes I., 201. 

Inscription in incuse. — Apollonia, 
87 ; Maronea, 123 ; Trie . . . , 
181. 

Inscription round incuse squaro. — 
Bergaios, 205 ; Abdera, 229 sq. 

Inscription in wreath. — Callatia, 
22; Nicopolis, 51; Perinthus, 
148 ; Lysimachia, 196. 

Inscription, surrounded by dol- 
phins.— Byzantium, 95. 

Isis ? on prow. — Perinthus, 148. 

Isis, Head of. — Serdica, 171. 

Isis, Head-dress of. — Perinthus, 
149. 

later, reclining. — Istrus, 27 ; Ni- 
copolis, 44, 48 sq., 227. 

Ister, Head of. — Istrus, 26. 



K. 

E^biri, Heads of, in vine- wreath. — 
Thasos, 225. 



Kantharos. Pbilippopolis, 1 63 ; 

Alopeconnesus, 188 ; Ketri- 

poris, 204; Ptolemaios, 204. 
Kotys IV., Head of.— Kotys IV., 

209. 
Kybele, seated. — Tyra, 13; Istrus, 

26 ; Marcianopolis, 28 sq, ; 

Tomi, 62, 64 ; Mesembria, 134 ; 

Trajanopolis, 179; Samothrace, 

215 ; Anchialus, 232. 
Kybele, on Hon. CaUatia, 23; 

Marcianopolis, 33; Hadriano- 

polis, 119. 



L. 

Lance-head and bow. Pantica- 

paeum, 6. 

Laurel-branch. — Trie . . . , 181. 

Leander, swimming to Hero. — 
Sestus, 200. 

Lion. — Tomi, 55 ; Abdera, 70 ; By- 
zantium, 105 ; Pautalia, 146 ; 
Pbilippopolis, 164 «^.; Trajano- 
polis, 180 ; Cardia, 190 ; Ly- 
simachia, 195 sq. 

Lion, holding lance. Pantica- 

paeum, 5. 

Lion, tearing prey. — Cardia, 189. 

Lion, Fore-part of. — Panticapaeum, 
6; Thracian Chersonese, 182 
sqq,, 238 ; Lysimachia, 196. 

Lion, Fore-part of, tearing prey. — 
Cardia, 189. 

Lion, Head of. — Panticapaeum, 5, 
8 ; Thracian Chersonese, 186 ; 
Cardia, 190, 238. 

Lion, Scalp of. — Panticapaeum, 6 ; 
Apollonia, 87. 

Lion, winged. Fore-part of. — Panti- 
capaeum, 4. 

Livia, Head of. — Byzantium, 99. 



254 



INDKX n. 



Lncilla, Head of. — ^Tomi, 56. 
Lyre. — Perinthus, 147 ; Sestns, 199 

LjsimaclinB or Alexander, Head of. 
— Ljsimachia, 195. 



M. 

Macrianns, Janior, Head of. — By- 
zantium and Nicaea, 109. 
Macrinus, Head of. — ^Marcianopolis, 

31 sqq. ; Nicopolis, 46 sqq. ; 

Deultnm, 111. 
Macrinus and Diadumenianns, 

Heads of. Marciauopolis, 

32. 
Mainad, Head of. — ^Alopeconnesus, 

188. 
Male figure, holding patera. — Cal- 

latia, 23 ; Abdera, 69 ; PhiHp- 

popolis, 161. 
Male figure, holding patera and 

sceptre. — Bizja, 88. 
Male figures, Two, homed, reclining, 

surmounted by stars. — Tomi, 

62. 
Male head. Young, in incuse. — Ab- 
dera, 68 sq, 
Male head, diademed. — Pantica- 

paeum, 8 ; Hephaestia, 213. 
Male head, wearing tainia. 

Agathopolis, 188. 
Male head. Bearded, wearing tainia. 

— Perinthus, 147. 
Male head, wearing wreath of reeds. 

— Thasos, 221. 
Malehead, Homed. Byzantium, 

97. 
Male heads, Two. — Istrus, 25. 
Mamaea, Head of.— Istrus, 26; 

Byzantium, 105 ; Deultum, 

112. 



Maximinus, Head of. — ^Tomi, 60; 

Anchialus, 85 sq, ; Deultum, 

112. 
Mazimus, Head of. Tomi, 60 ; 

Byzantium, 106 ; Deultum, 

112 ; Coela, 192. 
Men, on horseback. — Istrus, 27. 
Men, Head of. — Panticapaeum, 8. 
Moesia ? between bull and lion. — 

Yiminacium, 15 sqq. 
Monogram, in wreath. — Byzantium, 

98. 
Mostis, Head of. — Mostis, 206. 



N. 

Nemesis, standing. — Marciauopolis, 
39 ; Nicopolis, 44, 46, 50, 53 ; 
Tomi, 58, 62 sq. ; Anchialus, 
85; Deultum, 112, 114; Ha- 
drianopolis, 121 ; Nicopolis ad 
Nestum, 136 ; Pautalia, 143 ; 
Philippopoh's, 168 ; Trajano- 
polis, 179 sq. 

Nemesis, winged. — Tomi, 60; Pe- 
rinthus, 155. 

Nemesis ? standing. Marciauo- 
polis, 32, 37. 

Nero, Head of. — Perinthus, 148; 
Sestus, 199. 

Nerva, Head of. — Perinthus, 149. 

Nike. — Callatia, 23 ; Nicopolis, 41, 
52 ; Tomi, 62, 64 ; Byzantium, 
104, 106; Pautalia, 143 ; Phil- 
ippopolis, 165 ; Lysimachia, 
195 ; Kavaros, 207, 239 ; 
Kotys IV., 209. 

Nike, inscribing shield. — Perinthus, 
150. 

Nike, on globe. — Tomi, 55; Ab- 
dera, 76, 



TYPES. 



255 



Nike, carrying trophy. — Philippo- 

polis, 163. 
Nike and Emperor, erecting trophy. 

— Bizya, 91. 
Nymph, Head of. — Tasos, 241. 
Nymphs, Three. — Anchialos, 85. 



O. 

Obelisk. — Byzantium, 96. 

OiskoB, reclining. — Serdica, 173. 

Ostrich, h anted by dog. — Byzan- 
tium, 98. 

Otacilia, Head of. — Tomi, 64 ; De- 
ultum, 114. 

Owl. — Bisanthe, 87 ; Agathopolis, 
188 ; Imbros, 211 sq, ; He- 
phaestia, 213 ; Myrina, 214, 
240. 

Owl, in olive- wreath. Imbros, 

211. 

Ox, Head of. — Panticapaeum, 5, 7 ; 
Callatia, 22 ; Deultum, 111. 



P. 

Paidotribes and Athletes. — Byzan- 
tium, 102. 

Pallas, standing. Marcianopolis, 

32, 38 sqq, ; Nicopolis, 41, 44 ; 
Tomi, 56, 61, 63 ; Bizya, 91; 
Hadrianopolis, 120 ; Mesem- 
bria, 135 ; Pautalia, 141 ; 
Perinthus, 159 ; Philippopolis, 
162. 

Pallas Promachos. Mesembria, 

133. 



Pallas, seated. Tomi, 67, 59 ; 

Pautalia, 142 ; Serdica, 171 ; 
Mostis, 206. 

Pallas, Head of, wearing Athenian 
helmet.— Abdera, 68; Thra- 
cian Chersonese, 186 ; He- 
phaestia, 213 ; Myrina, 214. 

Pallas, Head of, wearing Corinthian 
helmet. — Callatia, 21; Tomi, 
59 ; Bisanthe, 87 ; Byzantium, 
96 ; Perinthus, 147 ; Crithote, 
194 ; Lysimachia, 196 ; Sestus, 
198; Imbros, 211 sq,; He- 
phaestia, 213, 240 ; Myrina, 
214, 240 ; Samothrace, 215 ; 
Panticapaeum, 227. 

Pan, bearded. Head of, — Pantica- 
paeum, 4 gqq. 

Pan, young. Head of. — Pantica- 
paeum, 5 sqq. 

Pan, Head of, wearing ivy- wreath. 
— ^Panticapaeum, 4 sqq, 

Paula, Julia, Head of. — Philippo- 
polis, 168. 

Pegasos. — Panticapaeum, 9. 

Pegasos, Fore-part of. Pantica- 
paeum, 8. 

Persephone, standing. — Tomi, 58 ; 
Pautalia, 142. 

Persephone, Head of. Cardia, 

189 sq, ; Sestus, 198 ; Imbros, 
211. 

Persephone ? carrying torches. — 
Byzantium, 100, 102. 

Persephone ? Head of. — Alopecon- 
nesus, 188. 

Philippus Senior, Head of. — Dacia, 
14 ; Yiminacium, 16 sq. ; Cal- 
latia, 23 ; Tomi, 64 ; Bizya, 89 
sqq, ; Deultum, 114 ; Coela, 
192. 

Philippus Sen. and Otacilia, Heads 
of. — Mesembria, 134. 



256 



INDEX II. 



Philippas Junior, Head of. — Dacia, 

14; Yiminacinm, 17; Gallatia, 

23 ; Bizya, 91 ; Denltum, 114 ; 

SestoB, 200. 
Philippns Jon. and Sarapis, Heads 

of. — ^Tomi, 64 ; Mesembria, 

135. 
POei, surmounted by stars. — Panti- 

capaeum, 9. 
Plautilla, Head of. — Nicopolis, 46 ; 

Tomi, 57; Byzantium, 103; 

Trajanopolis, 180. 
Plotina, Head of. — Byzantium, 99 ; 

Perinthus, 149. 
Poppaea, Head of Perinthus, 

149. 
Poseidon, seated. — Byzantium, 95 ; 

Byzantium and Calchedon, 

107. 

Poseidon, Head of. Pantica- 

paeum, 10 ; Aenus, 81 ; By- 
zantium, 96. 

Poseidon? Head of, diademed. — 
Tomi, 54. 

Priapos. — ^Nicopolis, 43. 

Prow. — ^Panticapaeum, 9 sq,, 227 ; 
Byzantium, 98 sq. 

Prow and cornucopiae. — Coela, 191 
sq. 

Ftolemaeus Soter, Head o£ — Byzan- 
tium, 110. 



Q. 

Quadriga of Artemis. — Cherro- 

nesus, 2. 
Quadriga of Emperor. — Perinthus, 

153. 
Quiver, with strap. — Olbia, 12. 
Quiver, club, and bow. — Hadriano- 

polis, 116. 



R. 

Ram.— Hephaestia, 213, 240 
Ram, Fore-part of. — Samothrace, 

215. 
Ram, Head of.— Maronea, 124, 234; 

Samothrace, 215 ; Abdera,231. 
Rhoemetalkes I., Head of. — Rhoe- 

metalkes L, 209. 
Rhoemetalkes I. and Queen, Heads 

of.— Rhoemetalkes I., 208. 
Rhoemetalkes III., Head of. 

Rhoemetalkes III., 210. 
River-god, recumbent. — Denltum, 

112 ; Odessus, 137 ; Pautalia, 

141 ; Trajanopolis, 177. 
Roma, standing. — Bizya, 89. 
Roma, seated. — Tomi, 57, 59. 



S. 

Sacrarium of Apollo. Trajano- 
polis, 178. 

Sarapis, standing. — Marcianopolis, 
32; Nicopolis, 46, 52 ; Tomi, 60, 
63 ; Hadrianopolis, 120 ; Mes- 
embria, 133 ; Odessns, 138 sq. ; 
Perinthus, 152 ; Philippopolis, 
167 ; Serdica, 172. 

Sarapis, at altar. — Diouysopolis, 24. 

Sarapis, seated. ^Marcianopolis, 

29 ; Tomi, 61. 

Sarapis, Head of. — Nicopolis, 51. 

Sarapis and Isis, Heads of. — Per- 
inthus, 147. 

Sarapis and Emperor, Heads of. — 
Diouysopolis, 24 ; Marciano- 
polis, 39 sq. ; Tomi, 64 ; Mes- 
embria, 135 ; Odessus, 139. 

Satyr, holding kantharos. — Saratos, 
205 ; Thasos, 221. 



TYPES. 



26? 



Satyr, carrying nympli.— Bergaios, 
205; Thasos, 216 sqq., 241. 

Satyr, Head of. — Bergaios, 205 ; 
Thasos, 221, 241. 

Satyr, Janiform head of. — Thasos, 
221. 

Scallop. — Abdera, 76. 

Seilenos, standing. Bizya, 88 ; 

Coela, 192 sq. 

Senate, Head of. — Sestus, 199. 

Sept. Severus, Head of. — Tyra, 13 ; 
Marcianopolis, 28; Nicopolis, 
41, 227 ; Tomi, 56 ; Anchialus, 
83 sq., 232 ; Bizya, 88 ; Byzan- 
tinm, 101 ; Hadrianopolis, 117 ; 
Nicopolis ad Nestum, 136 ; 
Pantalia, 143 ; Perinthus, 
151 ; Philippopolis, 164, 237 ; 
Serdica, 171 ; Trajanopolis, 
177. 

Sept. Severus and Domna, Heads 
of. — Byzantium, 101. 

Sept. Severus and Caracalla, Heads 
of. — Nicopolis, 43. 

Serpent, coiled. Marcianopolis, 

36 ; Serdica, 174. 

Serpent, twined round staff. — ^Mar- 
cianopolis, 35; Nicopolis, 48 
sq. 

Serpent, coiled round egg. — Tomi, 

• 60. 

Serpent. (See Agathodaemon.) 

Soaemias, Julia, Head of. — Byzan- 
tium, 104. 

Square, Linear, enclosing pellets. — 
Abdera, 75. 

Square, quartered. — Maronea, 125. 

Stag. — Cherronesus, 2 ; Abdera, 
71. 

Standards, Two, and altar. — Tomi, 
57 sq. 

Standards and eagle. — Deultum, 
112. 



Star. — Panticapaeum, 10. 
Stars, Two. — Tomi, 64. 
Strymon, Head of. — ^Abdera, 74. 



T. 

Table, on which, agonistic urn, or 
urns.— Anchialus, 84 sq, ; Per- 
inthus, 151, 154 sqq, ; Philip- 
popolis, 166. 

Temple, monopteral. — Topirus, 175. 

Temple, peripteral. — Philippopolis, 
168. 

Temple of Zeus. — Hadrianopolis, 
117. 

Temple of Zeus? — Nicopolis, 51. 

Temple of Apollo. Deultum, 

111. 

Temple of Asklepios. — Nicopolis, 
41, 45 ; Serdica, 174. 

Temple of Asklepios and Hygieia. 
— Pautalia, 142. 

Temple of male deity. — Tomi, 68. 

Temple of Fortuna. — Marcianopolis, 
30 ; Hadrianopolis, 121. 

Temple of Fortuna, or Nemesis. — 
Nicopolis, 52. 

Temple of Genius of City; — Coela, 
192 sq. 

Temple of Emperor. — Marcianopo- 
lis, 30. 

Temples, Two. — Perinthus, 153. 

Term. — Sestus, 198 sq. 

Thanatos, standing. — Nicopolis, 43, 
46 ; Tomi, 57 ; Pautalia, 146 ; 
PlotinopoliS; 169 ; Topirus, 
176. 

Throne and sceptre. — Ehoeme- 
talkes I., 209. 

Thyrsos, filleted. — Sestus, 199. 

Titus, Head of.— Abdera, 76. 

Tomos, Head of. — Tomi, 56. 

L L 



258 



INDEX II. 



Tonzos or Hebros, reclining. — 
Hadrianopolis, 118, 121. 

Torch, Flaming. — ^Marcianopolis, 
35. 

Torch. — Hephaestia, 214 

Torch, in wreath of barley. — Ly- 
simachia, 238. 

Torch, between pilei of Dioscuri. — 
Hephaestia, 213. 

Torches, Two. — Tomi, 55; He- 
phaestia, 214. 

Trajanns, Head of. — Tomi, 55 ; Ab- 
dera, 76 ; Byzantium, 99 ; 
Deoltnm, 111 ; Perinthns, 149 ; 
Sestns, 200. 

Tranquillina, Head of. — Istrus, 27 ; 
Denltam, 113 ; Hadrianopolis, 
122 ; Perinthns, 160. 

Trebonianns Gallus, Head of. — 
Yiminacium, 19 ; Byzantium 
and Nicaea, 108. 

Treb. Gallus and Yolusianus, 
Heads of. — ^Yiminacium, 19. 

Trident. — Byzantium, 94, 96 sq. 

Trident between dolphins. — Byzan- 
tium, 95. 

Tripod.— Panticapaeum, 6, 9 aq. ; 
Abdera, 69 ; Bisanthe, 87 ; 
Maronea, 127; Sestus, 199. 

Tripod, with holmos. — Byzantium, 
96 ; Byzantium and Calchedon, 
107. 

Tripod, within which serpent. — 
Marcianopolis, 35. 

Tripod, Serpent coiled round. — 
Pautalia, 143, 146 ; Nicopolis, 
46 sq.; Philippopolis, 164, 
168 ; Serdica, 171. 

Tripod and thyrsos. Pantica- 
paeum, 9. 

Triptolemos in chariot of snakes. — 
Tomi, 62 ; Anchialus, 86. 

Trophy. — Tomi, 55 j Byzantium, 99. 



Tunny fishes. Two. — Byzantium, 

100. 
Twins, suckled by Wolf. (See 

Wolf) 
Tyche of Ciiy. — ^Marcianopolis, 38 ; 

Tomi, 57, 61. (See also City.) 

U. 

Ubertas, standing. — ^Nicopolis, 47, 

49. 
Universe. — Perinthns, 157. 
Urn, Agonistic. — ^Byzantium, 102, 

105 sq, (See also Table.) 

Y. 

Yalerianus Senior, Head of. — By- 
zantium, 106. 

Yespasianus, Head of. — ^Abdera, 76. 

Yine. — Maronea, 124 sqq., 233 sq. ; 
Amadokos, 202 ; Teres II. or 
III., 202. 

Yine-branch. — Byzantium, 97, 103 ; 
Maronea, 234. 

Yolusianus, Head of. — Yiminacium, 
19 ; Maronea, 131 ; Coela, 193. 

W. 

Warrior, standing. — Tomi, 57; Phif- 
ippopolis, 162 ; Serdica, 173. 

Warrior, in attitude of defence. — 
Gherronesus, 2. 

Warrior, charging. — Abdera, 69. 

Warrior, between standards. — Per- 
inthns, 151. 

Wheel, surrounded by rays. — Mes- 
embria, 132. 

Wolf, suckling Twins. — ^Nicopolis, 
43 ; Deultum, 111, 114 ; Coela, 
192. 

Wrestlers. — Philippopolis, 167. 



\ 



TYPES. 



259 



z. 

Zeus, standing. — Marcianopolis, 28, 
37 ; Nicopolis, 60 ; Trajano- 
polis, 179. 

Zens, seated. — ^Marcianopolis, 38 ; 
Nicopolis, 42, 47; Tomi, 66, 
59 sq., 63 ; Denltnm, 111, 114 ; 



Hadrianopolis, 119 ; PantaJia, 
145 ; Perinthus, 148, 152, 236 ; 
Philippopolis, 161, 163 sq. ; 
Trajanopolis, 179 ; Kersi- 
banlos, 239. 
Zeus, Head of. — Tomi, 64 ; Senthes 
III., 203. 



INDEX III. 



EEMAEKABLE SYMBOLS 



A. 

Amphora, Long-necked. — Sestus, 

198. 
Astragalos. — ^Abdera, 71 ; Thaeos, 

220. 



B. 

Barley, Stalk of.— Thasos, 225. 
Bee. — Maronea, 126 ; Thracian 
Chersonese, 184 sqq. 



C. 

Caducens and petasos. — Aenus, 79, 
Capricorn, holding globe. — Rhoe- 

metalkes 1., 208. 
Cicada.— Thasos, 220. 
Cock. — ^Abdera, Q*?. 
Crab. — Aenos, 78. 
Cray-fish. — Abdera, 68. 
Crescent and ivy-leaf. — Aenus, 77. 



E. 



Eagle. — Aenus, 79 ; Maronea, 126. 



Fly.— Aenus, 232. 

Fox. — Alopeconnesus, 188. 

G. 

Globe, on which star.^Myrina, 215. 
Goat, Head of. — Aenus, 80. 
Griffin, Head of. — Thracian Cher- 
sonese, 185. 



H. 

Hermes, Terminal figure of, on 
throne. — Aenus, 77. 



I. 

Ivy-leaf. Aenus, 78 ; Thracian 

Chersonese, 183 ; Abdera, 230. 

L. 

Lekythos and strigil. — Thracian 

Chersonese, 185. 
Lizard. — Thracian Chersonese, 184, 

186 ; Thasos, 220 sq. 
Locust. — Abdera, 65. 



BEMABEABLE SYMBOLS. 



261 



O. 

Olive-branch. — Myrina, 214. 
Owl.— Maronea, 124, 126 ; Thasos, 
220. 

P. 

Pan? young, Head of.— Thasos, 

220. 
Plough. — Thracian Chersonese,184. 

Pomegranate. — Abdera, Sf^ 

R. 

Ram, Head of. — Aenus, 81. 
Rhyton. — Maronea, 126. 

River-god, young. Head of. 

Thasos, 220. 



S. 

Satyr, dancing. — Abdera, 65. 
Scarab, dragging ball. — Abdera, 67. 
Scorpion. — Maronea, 126. 
Serpent. — Aenus, 79. 
Shield, on which club.— Thasos, 

219. 
Star, on globe. — ^Myrina, 215. 
Sturgeon. — ^Panticapaeum, 7 sq. 

T. 
Trophy. — Aenus, 79 zq, 

V. 

Vine. — Aenus, 79. 
Vine-leaf. — Ketriporis, 204. 



INDEX IV. A. 



KINGS, TYRANTS, &c. 



> 



A. 
Amadokos I., 202. 



B. 



Bergaios, 205. 



K. 



KavaroB, 207, 239. 
KersibanloB, 239. 
Ketriporis, 204. 
Koson, 208. 
Kotys I., 202. 
Kotys IV., 209. 



M. 



Mostis, 206. 



Ptolemaios, 204. 



R. 

Rhoemetalkes T., 208. 
Rhoemetalkes III., 210. 



S. 

Saratos, 205. 
Seuthes I., 201. 
Seuthes III., 203. 
Sparadokos, 201. 



T. 
Teres 11. or III., 202. 



INDEX IV. B 



MAGISTRATES' NAMES ON AUTONOMOUS COINS, 



A. 

ArHZANOPOi;, Abdera, 69. 
AOHNHZ,Abdera, 71. 

AOH, Maronea, 124. 
Air, Abdera, 73. 
AKHPI ? Samothrace, 215. 
AM<l>inOA, Abdera, 74. 
ANAEIAIKOZ, Abdera, 71, 230. 
ANAZinOAlO, Abdera, 74. 
' AN0, Maronea, 234. 
ANT, Abdera, 66, 
AflEAAEXl, Maronea, 125. 
APOAAflN ? Madytas, 197. 
APOAAnNIO, Cherronesus, 1. 
APIZTOAEfl, Maronea, 127. 
ARTE, Abdera, 229. 
APXEAAOY, Abdera, 72. 

A. 

AAM,'Abdera, 229. 

AEO, Abdera, 66, 

AEONYZ, Maronea, 124. 

AH lO, Amadokos I., 202. 

AHMHTPIOY, Abdera, 73. 

AHMHTPOZ [TO B], By- 

zantium, 98. 
AlArOPA, Clierronesus, 3. 



AIONYZAAOZ, Abdera, 73 sqq, 
AIOZKOYPI, Byzantium, 96. 
AIO^ANTOY, Abdera, 73. 

E. 

EKATOAUP, Byzantium, 96. 
EKATilN, Abdera, 74. 
EAEYZI, Tomi, 54. 
EMI, Tomi, 55. 
Em, Olbia, 11. 
Eni4>ANEn, Abdera, 72. 
EPMO, Abdera, 75. 
EPMOKPATIAEH, Abdera, 229. 
EPMOrrPATOY, Abdera, 75. 
.EYArilN, Abdera, 70. 
EYAN, Abdera, 75. 
EYP, Maronea, 127. 
EYPHZmnOY, Abdera, 73 sg. 
EXEKPATHZ, Abdera, 230. 



IHNX2NOZ, Maronea, 125. 

H. 

HFH, Abdera, 66. 
HrHZAfOPEXl, Maronea, 126. 



264 



INDEX lY. B. 



HPA, Abdera, 73. 
HPAK, Abdera, 65. 
HPAKAEIAEIl, Maronea, 127. 
HPO, Abdera, 66. 
HPOAOTO, Abdera, 67. 
HPO*ANE, Abdera, 71. 



O. 

, Olbia, 13. 
, Abdera, 75. 

I. 

lEPON . . . OZ, Abdera, 75. 
I KEZIOY, Abdera, 72. 

IKEZIO, Maronea, 126. 
innANAKTOY, Abdera, 74. 
innnNAKTOZ, Abdera, 73,231. 



K. 

KAAAIAAMAZ, Abdera, 67. 
K]AZirNAKIOZ, Teres II. or 

III., 202. 
KAEANTI AHZ, Abdera, 70 sq. 
KAEAN, Abdera, 231. 



M. 

MEIAI, Abdera, 65. 
MEAANinnOZ, Abdera, 68. 
MEN, Abdera, 75. 
MENIZKOY, Byzantium, 95 sq. 
MHNO, Abdera, 73. 
MHTI, Maronea, 123. 
MHTPOAOTO, Maronea, 124. 
MHTPO<t>I2N, Maronea, 125. 
MHTPHNA, Samotbrace, 215. 



MOIPIOZ, Cherronesus, 2. 
MOAPArOPEIl, Abdera, 70, 

230. 
MOAPArOPHZ, Abdera, 71. 
MOAPIAAOZ, Abdera, 68. 
MYPZO, Abdera, 69. 



N. 

NEOMHNIO, Maronea, 126. 
NEZTIOZ, Abdera, 68. 
NIKOZTPATOZ, Abdera, 69. 
N]YM*ArOPHZ, Abdera, 71. 



o. 
oaympioahpoy, 

tium, 95. 
OMHPOY, Abdera, 74. 
OPXAMO, Abdera, 70. 



Byzan- 



n. 

riAPMENnN, Abdera, 69. 
riAPM I, Abdera, 75. 
HAYZANin, Abdera, 72. 
riENE, Samothrace, 215. 
nOA, Maronea, 234. 
nOAY, Callatia, 22. 
nOAYAPHTOY, Maronea, 126. 
n]OAYKPATHZ, Abdera, 231. 
nOAY<l>ANTOY, Abdera, 74, 

231. 
nOZEIAinnOZ, Maronea, 125. 
nOZIAElOY, Maronea, 126. 
nPHTEIl, Abdera, 71. 
nPXlTHZ, Abdera, 72, 230. 



magistrates' names on autonomous coins. 



265 



riYOOAIlPOY, Abdera, 73. 
riYOOAnPO, Maronea, 234. 
nVOOK, Samothrace, 215. 
nVOONIKO, Maronea, 130. 
nVOXlN, Abdera, 69. 

ZAAAAOY, Mostis, 206. 
ZMOP, Abdera, 65. 

ZMOPAOTOPMO KAA,Ab. 

dera, ^57. 
ZOAXIN, Samothrace, 215. 
ZYM, Abdera, 66. 



T. 
TIMO, Tomi, 54. 



4>IAAIO, Abdera, 71. 
♦lAflN, Callatia, 21. 
♦ITTAAO, Abdera, 66 sq, 
♦PONTilNOZ, Byzantium, 98. 

X. 

XAPIO, Abdera, 72. * 
XOPEIO, Cberronesus, 2. 
XOPHrO, Maronea, 126. 



M M 



INDEX V. 



MAGISTEATES' NAMES ON IMPEETAL COINS. 



A. 



ArPinriA [APXONTOZ], NicopoUs, 46 sqq. 

♦AB ArPinriEINOY, Perinthus, 150; Topirus, 175. 

FAPriAl ANTEIKOY [HrEMONOZ], Paatalia, 141; Perm- 

thus, 150 ; Philippopolis, 161 sq. ; Plotinopolis, 169. ] 

M AYP ANTXINEINOY [APXONTOZ], Byzantinm, 101 «2y. * ! 

r ZAAA APIZTAINETOY, Byzantium, 103. 



B. 

ZTATI. BAPBAPOY [HPEMONOZ], Philippopolis, 164; 
Serdica, 171 ; Trajanopolis, 177. 



r. 

A AYP TAAAOY, Marcianopolis, 28 ; Nicopolis, 41 sqq., 227. 

A. 

AIONYZOY [TO T], Byzantium, 100. 



ANT IHNflNOZ, Philippopolis, 161. 



( 



HAGISTBATES' NAMES ON IMPEBUL COINS. 267 

K. 

TIT AIA KAniTllAEINOY, Byzantiam, 101 tq. 

lOY KAZTOY [HFEMONOZ], Pautalia, 142. 
ZIKINNIOY KAAPOY [HrEMONOZ], Trajanopolis, 178 sq. 
lOY KOMMOAOY [HPEMONOZ], HadrianopoUs, 116 ; To- 

pirus, 175. 
KYNTIAIANOY, Marciaaopolis, 29 sqq. 



A. 

KAIKINA AAPrOY [HPEMONOZ], Pautalia, 143 sq. 
ZTA AONriNOY, Nicopolis, 47. 



M. 
MAINETI [HPEZBEYTOY KAI ANTIZTPATHrOY], 

Bizya, 88. 
TOYAAIOY MASIMOY [HrEMONOZ], Pautalia, 141 »q. 
nOPKlOY MAPKEAAOY [nPEZBEYTOY], Perinthus, 150. 
.ZOYEAA MAPKIANOY [HFEMONOZ], HadrianopoUs, 117; 

Philippopolis, 163. 

MHN04>IA0Y, Marcianopolis, 39. 
ZAB MOAEZTOY, Nicopolis, 52 $g. 



N. 
NE [TO I], Byzantium, 104. 

o. 

KAI ONEP [HPEMONOZ], Philippopolis, 237. 
♦A OYAPIANOY, MarcianopoHs, 28, 31 ; Nicopolis, 45 «}. 
A POMPEI OYOnEIZKOY [HrEMONOZ], HadrianopoUs, 
116 ; PautaUa, 141. 



n. 

nONTIANOY, MarcianopoUs, 81 sqq. 

Al nONTIKOY HP, Byzantium, 98 sqq. 



268 INDEX V. 

p. 

NOBIOY POY^OY, Nicopolis, 50 sq. 



lOYA ANT ZEAEYKOY, Marcianopolis, 34 m- 

KAI ZEPOYEIAIOY [HrEMONOL], PhUippopolis, 163. 

BAZ AIMI ZEYHPOY, Byzantium, 105. 



T. 

TATIANOY HP, Byzantium, 103. 

TEPEBENTINOY [HrOYMENOY], Marcianopolis, 37 sq, 

TEPTYAAIANOY, Marcianopolis, 38, 40. 

A OOY TEPTYAAOY, Nicopolis, 43, 45 sq. 

ZEPr TITIANOY, Marcianopolis, 35. 

TPAIANOY KAl[ZAPOZ TO f], Byzantium, 99. 



0[EAZ] ♦AYZTINHZ, Byzantium, 100. 
♦AYZTINIANOY, MarcianopoHs, 28 sq. 
AIAI ♦HZTHZ, Byzantium, 104. 
TIB lOVA ♦HZTOY, Marcianopolis, 36 sqq. 
♦tP ♦lAOPAnnOY, Marcianopolis, 37. 

M AYP ♦PONTXINOZ [PPEZBEYTOY], Byzantium, 104*5, 



J 



INDEX VI. 



ENGEAVEES' NAMES. 



On tlie Coins publislied in tHs Volume there are no certain 
Engravers' Names : one or more may occur in Index IV. A. 



I 



INDEX VII. 



EEMAEKABLE INSCEIPTIONS AND LEGENDS. 



A. 

ArXIAAOZ, Anchialas, 83. 
AKTIA riYOIA, Perinthus, 
151 $qq, 

ANTHNINIA ZEBArTA,By. 

zantinm, 102, 105. 
APX[ONTOZ, Nicopolis, 46; 
Byzantium, 101 sq. 



B. 

BYZAZ, Byzantium, 98. 



AIONVTOY ZX2THPOZ, 

Maronea, 128 sqq., 235. 
APAXMA, Byzantium, 96. 



E. 
EAEY]0EPAZ, Cherronesns, 3. 

EPIAHMIA B ZEYHPOY, 

Perinthus, 152. 



H. 

HrEM[ONOZ, Hadrianopolis, 
116 sq. ; Pautalia, 141 sqq. ; 
Philippopolis, 161 sqq., 237; 
Plotinopolis, 169 ; Trajano- 
polis, 177 sqq. 

HrOYM[ENOY, Marcianopolis, 

37. 
HPEIPO, Thasos, 226. 

HPAKAEOYZ ZIITHPOZ, 

Thasos, 222 sq. 



0. 

0EA ZEBAZTA, Byzantium, 

99. 

0EOZ ZEBAZTOZ, Byzan- 

tium, 99. 



I. 

I EPA ZYNKAHTOZ, Sestus, 

199. 
IXINHN, Perinthus, 157. 
IHNiiN TON KTIZTHN, 

Perintlins, 148. 



BEMABKABLE INSCRIPTIONS AND LEGENDS. 



271 



K. 

KAPAIANOZ, Cardia, 189. 
KOINON OPAKHN AAE 

EANAPEIA, PhiHppopolis, 

165 sq. 

KOMMA (ZEYOA), Seuthes, 
201. 



N. 
NEIIKOPOY, Philippopolis, 167 

sq. 

NEXIKOPUN, Perinthus, 161 
sqq. ; Philippopolis, 167 sg., 
237. 

NEflKOPIlN AlZ or B, Perin- 
thus, 148, 155 sqq., 236. 



O. 
OMONOIA, Marcianopolis, 38. 

n. 

n PEZB [ EYTOY, Byzantium, 
104 ; Perinthus, 150. 



nPEZB[EYTOY] KAI AN 
[TIZTPATHrOY, Bizya, 

88. 
riYGIA, Perinthus, 151 sqq.; Phil- 
ippopolis, 165 sq. 



ZEBHPIA NYM*IA, Anchia- 

lus, 84 sq. 

ZEBHPEIA nPIlTA, Perin- 
thus, 151. 



TOMOZ KTIZTHZ,Tomi,55. 

TPIH, Uncert. of Thrace, 181. 



♦. 



4>IAAAEA<I>EIA, Perinthus, 154 
sq. 



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TABLE 

ov 

Th£ Belatiye Weights of English Grains and .French Grammes. 



Qnins. 


Grammes. 


Grains. 


Ghrammes. 


Grains. 


Qrammes. 


Grains. 


Grammes. 


1 


•064 


41 


2-656 


81 


5-248 


121 


7^840 


2 


•129 


42 


2-720 


82 


5-312 


122 


7-905 


. 3 


•194 


43 


2-785 


83 


5-378 


123 


7-970 


4 


•259 


A A. 


2-850 


84 


5-442 


124 


8-035 


5 


•324 


45 


2-915 


85 


5-508 


125 


8-100 


6 


•388 


46 


2-980 


86 


5-572 


126 


8-164 


7 


•453 


47 


3-045 


87 


5-637 


127 


8-229 


8 


•518 


48 


3-110 


88 


5-702 


128 


8-294 


9 


•583 


49 


8-175 


89 


5-767 


129 


8-359 


10 


•648 


50 


3-240 


90 


5-832 


130 


8-424 


11 


•712 


51 


3-304 


91 


5-896 


131 


8-488 


12 


'111 


52 


3-368 


92 


5-961 


132 


8-553 


13 


•842 


53 


3 434 


93 


6-026 


133 


8-618 


14 


•907 


54 


3-498 


94 


6091 


134 


8-682 


15 


•972 


55 


3-564 


95 


6-156 


135 


8-747 


16 


1036 


56 


3-628 


96 


6-220 


136 


8-812 


17 


1101 


57 


3-693 


97 


6-285 


137 


8-877 


18 


1166 


58 


3-758 


98 


6-350 


138 


8-942 


19 


1-231 


59 


3-823 


99 


6-415 


139 


9-007 


20 


1-296 


60 


3-888 


100 


6-480 


140 


9-072 


21 


1-360 


61 


3-952 


101 


6-544 


141 


9-136 


22 


1-425 


62 


4-017 


102 


6-609 


142 


9-200 


23 


1-490 


63 


4-082 


103 


6-674 


143 


9-265 


24 


1-555 


64 


4-146 


104 


6-739 


144 


9-330 


25 


1-620 


65 


4-211 


105 


6-804 


145 


9-395 


26 


1-684 


m 


4-276 


106 


6-868 


146 


9-460 


27 


1-749 


Ql 


4-341 


107 


6-933 


147 


9-525 


28 


1-814 


68 


4-406 


108 


6-998 


148 


9-590 


29 


1-879 


69 


4-471 


109 


7063 


149 


9-655 


30 


1-944 


70 


4-536 ; 


110 


7-128 


150 


9-720 


31 


2-008 


71 


4-600 


111 


7-192 


151 


9-784 


32 


2073 


72 


4-665 


112 


7-257 


152 


9-848 


33 


2-138 


73 


4-729 


113 


7-322 


153 


9-914 


34 


2-202 


74 


4-794 


114 


7-387 


154 


9-978 


35 


2-267 


75 


4-859 


115 


7-452 


155 


10-044 


30 


2-332 


n 


4-924 


316 


7-516 


156 


10-108 


37 


2-397 


11 


4-989 


117 


7-581 


157 


10-173 


38 


2-462 


78 


5-054 


118 


7-646 


158 


10-238 


89 


2-527 


79 


5-119 


119 


7-711 


159 


10-303 


40 


2-592 


80 


5-184 

1 


120 


I'llQ 


160 


10-368 



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TABLE 

The Bbutite Weiobts or English Grains and French Grahhes. 

. II Qraiiu. I Qiammet. 



GlUDS, 


QramiDcs. 


Qruna. 


GixDmce. 


Qr^.| 


161 


10-432 


201 


13024 


241 


162 


10-497 


202 


13089 


242 


163 


10'562 


203 


13154 


243 


164 


10-626 


204 


13-219 


244 


165 


10-691 


205 


13-284 


245 


166 


10-756 


206 


13-348 


246 



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